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State's budget deficit should not be balanced on the backs of our children
Tom Watson, chairman of the Louisiana Black Alliance for Educational Options Clergy Coalition, tells Gov. Edwards cuts to the Louisiana Scholarship Program would not only deny low-income and working-class black parents and their children the opportunity to receive a great education to deal with short-term budgetary constraints, it would turn back the clock on the significant progress we've made to address the sad chapter of racial discrimination and funding inequalities in our state's education system.
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