Across the nation, people are realizing that they have been excluded from exercising one of their most treasured rights: the right to control the education of their children. Their voices, as well as those of local educators and school boards, have been muted by federal strings attached to grants for too long.
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Sen. William Ligon, R-Brunswick, serves as chairman of the State and Local Governmental Operations Committee.