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BillieJoeCobain Earth turns from sanity
04/07/16 12:53 pm

The libertarian party urges libertarians to vote nay

bluerum29 optimistic idealist
04/06/16 8:59 pm

Not something that needs to be done, horrible idea

FATSHADOW Cyborg Gorilla
04/06/16 1:42 pm

I dont believe this should be handled at the Federal level. If States wished to do this, I would have no issue with it.

16jcassidy VC Vice Speaker
04/06/16 1:14 pm

We as the federal government physically cannot do this. The funding for education comes primarily from state and local taxes, which we have no direct control over.

Ritter97 St. Louis, MO
04/06/16 12:57 pm

I vote nay because it is too vague. I like the idea though, I recommend taking another shot!

political Georgia
04/06/16 12:51 pm

I commend gold for tackling a complicated issue, but a program like this should be decentralized instead of centralized.

Liberty 4,032,064
04/06/16 12:44 pm

Nay. This is a local and/or state issue and well outside of the federal government's given authority.

04/06/16 12:36 pm

Voting nay. Regardless this legislation is way too vague to be enforced.

04/06/16 12:38 pm

agree but I do like this idea

04/06/16 12:39 pm

We really need the federal government out of the education system.

04/06/16 12:40 pm

and end common core

04/06/16 12:48 pm

Common core is eliminated in virtual congress

bluerum29 optimistic idealist
04/06/16 8:58 pm

Common core is just golding our students to a higher standard. Odd tgat peoole don't like that, wait. It's because peoole don't understand what they don't know

04/06/16 12:34 pm

This bill seems too vague in its current form, I'm not sure I can vote Yes quite yet. What are these minimum "educational standards"?

VirtualCongress Speaker NDAmerican
04/06/16 12:33 pm

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osouless Whats Next
04/06/16 12:32 pm

Nay. This is a sure fire way to destroy the American education system and bring us further behind on the world stage.

VirtualCongress Speaker NDAmerican
04/06/16 12:30 pm

Section 1. Government spending per student amounted to $12,401 in 2011-2012. Parents can now choose to receive a voucher in the amount of $9,000 for the school of their choice.
Section 2. This voucher only applies to schools that satisfy minimum educational standards.
Section 3. Any parent who so chooses can still send their child to public school.