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By Bob Dole
The industrious island has proved itself worthy of U.S. inclusion
Topic - American Federation For Children
In a hearing room two floors above the state Assembly chamber where he was once its most powerful member, one of the most influential and divisive figures in Wisconsin political history took another step toward his return to public life this week with five simple words.
Republican state lawmakers are making another push to extend taxpayer subsidies to help students with special needs attend private schools, unveiling a bill Tuesday that they said would help families trapped in public schools that can't meet their children's needs.
Well, well, well. President Obama finally has acknowledged that public schooling doesn't necessarily mean placating unionized labor or trying to reinvent the status quo.
Perhaps it's an unfortunate symptom of debates in Washington, but for whatever reason, for seven years the conversation about the D.C. Opportunity Scholarship Program (OSP) always was dominated by one thing: politics.