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Vouchers for Mine but not for Thine?

On KNPR’s “State of Nevada” this morning, Las Vegas mayoral candidate Carolyn Goodman said, “We can never have new business come into this state without quality education.” (Hat tip: RalstonFlash).

What’s interesting about that comment is that Mrs. Goodman, the current mayor’s wife, runs an very exclusive and very expensive private school where, we assume, the students get a quality education. If only economically disadvantaged students were able to afford such a quality education. Alas, without vouchers, those kids are stuck with crappy public schools.

I wonder if Mrs. Goodman supports vouchers?


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