Arizona bill would replace voucher program

04/13/2011 | Arizona Daily Star (Tucson)

State legislators in Arizona have approved a bill that would set up special accounts for parents to access funds to send their students to private or parochial schools. It also is intended to help students with special needs. The bill, which must be signed by the governor, is meant to replace a voucher program declared unconstitutional in 2009 by the state's Supreme Court.

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