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On April 4th, after months of hard work, FreedomWorks activists celebrated as the Louisiana State Senate finally passed HB976 and HB974, two bills that mark a historic overhaul of the state’s education system.
Would Patients Really “Die on the Sidewalk” in the Absence of Government Mandates?
Washington, DC- FreedomWorks activists and limited-government allies across the state of Louisiana are celebrating today’s state Senate vote to pass voucher expansion bill, HB.976, and teacher tenure reform bill, HB.974, which passed by margins of 24-15 and 23-16, respectively.
Urgent Action Needed Louisiana: Vote Wednesday on School Choice
Representative Paul Ryan (R-WI) often insists that America faces a choice of two futures. Ryan lays out this stark choice in a video promoting his latest budget:
"Americans have a choice to make. A choice that’s going to determine our country’s future. Will it be the future that looks like the America we know? One of greater opportunity, greater prosperity? Or more of what we’re seeing today? Debt, doubt, and decline. Americans, not Washington, should decide." - Rep. Paul Ryan
To break the chains of tyranny means facing odds that aren’t always in your favor. Nevertheless, the Founders escaped oppression and created a free republic. With the massive growth of government today, conservatives may look to history for examples of free societies.
FreedomWorks Activists in Mississippi Demand Lawmakers Pass Charter School Bill
Over the weekend, a group of twelve dedicated FreedomWorks activists braved rainy weather to help spread the word that “school choice is the right choice.” FreedomWorks and local activists have been fighting a six-month campaign to advance school choice bill H.4894, which passed the House last week by a margin of 65-49.