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Alaska lawmakers consider school voucher proposal

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Posted: Sunday, February 3, 2013 10:14 am

JUNEAU, Alaska — Parents will be able to send their kids to private or religious schools using public education funds if a new constitutional amendment passes.

Wasilla Republican Rep. Wes Keller has renewed his efforts to create a school voucher program, which would be significantly different from the state's limited charter school system, even as the state teachers union stands in opposition.

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