11/7/2007

Some 62% of Utah voters rejected what would have been the country's first comprehensive statewide voucher program, in a referendum that could have national implications. The voucher measure was rejected in every county of the conservative state. State School Board Chairman Kim Burningham said the vote shows support for public schools, while one voucher advocate called the referendum a "statewide IQ test" that he believes Utahans failed.

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