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Writer questions legislators' 'support' of public education

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By The Staff

As an educator, I am quite surprised that Al Simpson, chairman of the S.C. State Board of Education, would deceive the voters of Lancaster County.

In his editorial, "Mulvaney supports public education" in the March 23 edition of The Lancaster News, Simpson said he takes “his service on this board very seriously and spends an enormous amount of time in Columbia."

He also said that "Rep. Mick Mulvaney helped craft legislation that eliminated the dreaded PACT test in our schools."


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