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Re: John Roberts
My perspective on this one is from someone whose kids went to parochial schools from the 5th grade through high school and someone whose entire education from lst grade through high school. All out of pocket tuition paid. My taxes paid for public schools but there was never a deduction or allowance for what I paid out of pocket. Education is education and the religious aspect was not the reason for attending, it was a very minor part of the curriculum then and even less today, they were simply better schools from a safety and discipline standpoint. Today, many of them are closing due to lack of funding. If the state or community provides a certain amount of funding for each student's schooling, at least a portion should be provided for an alternate school provided that religion is not the prerequisite for admission.
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