Andrea submitted her concise persuasive Senate testimony as a letter to the Portsmouth Herald. Here’s the punchline:
In other words, the opponents of the bill do not really want government out of their schools. They want potential government revenue to be diverted to the particular schools of their choice.
I would recast their proclamation as follows: “I proclaim publicly that I favor ending government involvement in education. Instead, government, just figure out a way to send us the money, and then go away.”