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How States Turn K-12 Scholarships Into Money-Laundering Schemes

In an earlier post on this topic I was tempted to call these “scholarships” a money laundering scheme… but I thought it was too harsh. After reading this article, I think I was wrong! When a billionaire can get a tax cut as large as $1.35 for each dollar donated to a scholarship fund to send a child to a sectarian school, something is VERY wrong! 

[[nid:227108]]Politicians have long had a knack for framing policy proposals, however controversial, in terms that make them more palatable to voters.This is why unpopular tax cuts for the wealthy are

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