NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE T he breathtakingly expensive Democratic Party plan to use a rare budgetary trick known as “reconciliation” to sneak through a massive change in how children are raised in this country deserves more attention than the mere shrugs and acquiescence it is getting. Republicans in Congress, and whatever sane Democrats remain, should think carefully about what happens next if we finally get the much-touted “universal pre-K,” or to be a bit more descriptive, “federal management of childhood starting at age 3.”
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