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“But instead of immediately ordering the vote to be tallied on the House’s electronic board as is customary, Casada paused the proceedings without explanation and spoke with lawmakers from both parties on a back porch behind the House chamber. When the speaker returned 38 minutes later, Rep. Jason Zachary, who was part of those discussions, flipped his vote from “no” to “yes” to break the tie and pass the governor’s signature education initiative.”
Vouchers are so incredibly popular, in such huge “demand”, he had to pull the lawmakers onto the back porch to give the voucher lobbyists some privacy to strong arm them.
I wonder if it was carrots or sticks. Oh, well. The upshot is no one in state government in Tennessee offered anything to public school students or families, so the big losers are the neglected and ignored public school students who attend ideologically incorrect “government schools”. Now they’ll devote the next six months of “work” to selling the vouchers.