April 10, 2024
While most news junkies will have their attention drawn to the Presidential election this year, those who follow local politics in the state of Texas will be focusing on a policy fight that is no less, if not more so, controversial: school choice.    Fresh off the heels of the recent GOP primary in which...
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In its way, the state is akin to a virus: it does everything it can to infect an industry in the private sector. It bogs it down with regulations, taxes, and bureaucracy, decreasing competition and raising prices until the contagion eventually spreads to another industry to wreak similar havoc on the health of the market....
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