Vouchers should be abolished.
Indiana blogger Steve Hinnefeld reports here that a Democratic legislator has proposed a bill that prevents voucher schools from discriminating against students, staff, or families based on their religion, race, sexual orientation, or disability.
Bill Phillis of Ohio has proposed that religious schools that get vouchers should be subject to the same laws and regulations as public schools and should be required to report their finances and take the same state tests as other publicly funded schools.
Will legislators in Ohio and Indiana tolerate any restrictions on voucher schools?
Will they too be required to be accountable in exchange for getting public money?
Or will the public be forced to pay for schools that discriminate and schools that indoctrinate their students into their religious world-view?