Massachussets schools may charge for busing

04/23/2003 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

About one-third of the schools in the state already charge for middle- and high-school busing and lawmakers are looking to expand the program in cash-strapped districts. The trend has angered parents who say they believe their taxes should cover the cost of busing.

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