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School Voucher Boosters Fight Bans on State Aid

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School Voucher Boosters Fight Bans on State Aid

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School Voucher Boosters Fight Bans on State Aid

School Voucher Boosters Fight Bans on State Aid

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Proponents of school voucher programs mount a nationwide fight to change clauses in state constitutions that ban giving parents taxpayer money toward tuition at religious schools. The pro-voucher movement gained momentum after a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling that voucher programs do not violate the federal Constitution. NPR's Barbara Bradley Hagerty reports.

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