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From: Robert J. Bradbury <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> So, in both Florida and Ohio the voucher programs are down.
> But the reasons are quite different. In Cleveland they are saying
> its a violation of the separation between Church and State, while
Well, we all know that the educational establishment is going to fight vouchers
tooth and nail.
> in Florida they are saying that it violates the state's constitutional
> requirement to provide a "high-quality system of free public schools".
Can private schools be called public schools is they allow the public to attend?
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