New Ohio Governor Targets School Vouchers

More states are enacting programs that use tax money to help parents meet tuition at private schools. But Ohio's new governor, Democrat Ted Strickland, wants to reduce the use of school vouchers. Teachers' unions support him. Many parents and students do not.

Bill Cohen reports for Ohio Public Radio.

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