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Saturday, March 23, 2013
Rep, Trujillo doubles down on his lies about the parent trigger
Redefined Ed Piece he said:
“Let’s not make this a partisan discussion. Let’s not be
concerned of this boogieman of phantom interests. Opposition is coming from
“the unions and the establishment that are trying to control the debate and
trying to control jobs.”
Yeah all those union led parent groups and civil rights
groups that have come out against it are trying to control the debate.
Trujillo throws out the word union because he knows it will
get a small and vocal group salivating but the truth is, teacher’s unions are
just one part of a vast coalition that includes the PTA and the NAACP who have
come out against the bill.
Just like the evidence that says the parent trigger
bill is a good idea, Trujillo,s statements aren’t based in facts. To read the entire Redefined Ed piece, click the link: http://www.redefinedonline.org/2013/03/fla-parent-trigger-headed-to-house-vote/