Send Millions Back to Feds!
This argument assumes that:
Now we learn that the inadequate federal funding complaint is a myth.
In an article that received far less attention than it deserves, Associated Press reporter Nancy Zuckerbrod found that every state returned federal education funds to the U.S. Treasury last year, rather than spend these funds on education.
Are you a
Could your school or school district have used that federal education money?
Are you a taxpayer who must now pay additional state taxes to make up for the federal dollars your state sent back to Washington?
Do you want this to happen again?
If the answer is "no," contact the people in your state who are responsible for these decisions. Tell them that:
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