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Opinion | The Children Win in North Carolina

It’s the tenth state to give school choice to all its citizens. Source link

Opinion | Taking Back a Michigan Tax Cut

Taxpayers are suing to preserve a reduced levy on income that Gov. Whitmer is trying to kill. Source link

Opinion | The Pennsylvania School-Choice Stakes

The furious resistance by unions to more education money for poor children is about political control. Source link

Opinion | A Northeast Progressive Cage Match

Trenton invokes the NEPA environmental law to stop New York’s congestion traffic tax. Source link

Opinion | Josh Shapiro’s School Choice Sellout

The Pennsylvania Governor sides with unions over poor children in failing schools. Source link

Opinion | The Blue State Budget Blues

The fiscal crash arrives following years of profligate spending. Source link

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