Creative Commons 2023 has been a really great year to be a school choice bill as a whole. Florida, Arkansas, Iowa and Utah all passed universal school choice programs that will give every student in their states the ability to take their tax dollars to the educational institution of their choosing. North Dakota also passed an expansive school choice program, and Texas is still moving a bill through its legislature—so are Nebraska, Tennessee, South Carolina, and North Carolina.
But one place where the school choice liberation movement came to a halt was in Georgia. Though the state is increasingly purple in its statewide races, the legislature is still very much red—making this an odd occurrence.
Georgia’s senate passed a piece of legislation that would have expanded choice programs in the Peach State, but it failed by five votes in the state’s house right before the 2023 session came to a close. […]
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