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May 2017

Jefferson Journal:  Internet Privacy -- Careful How We Ask For It
Jefferson Journal: Internet Privacy -- Careful How We Ask For It — By Michael Thompson  We all want to ensure our privacy is maintained on the Internet.  But how we ask for it, and who ensures it can make a difference.  (5/1/2017)  Read It Here!

March 2017

Jefferson Journal:  Gillespie Tax Plan Makes Good Sense
Jefferson Journal: Gillespie Tax Plan Makes Good Sense — By Michael W. Thompson  Key provisions of Ed Gillespie's proposal for major tax reform includes cutting individual income taxes by ten percent across the board over a three year period, and accelerating reform of an antiquated system of local business taxes that now depresses economic growth and job formation.  The proposal makes a lot of sense.  (3/26/2017)  Read It Here! 

February 2017

Fight to Help Underserved Children Playing out in Richmond
Fight to Help Underserved Children Playing out in Richmond — Virginia's public school system is among the nation's best, but there remain geographic pockets of underserved children.  Of the 94 schools denied accreditation, 55 percent are in just five school divisions.  Eleven schools have repeatedly been denied accreditation -- one of them for 11 years!  To help solve the problem, Delegate Steve Landes and Senator Mark Obenshain have introduced legislation providing a pathway for establishment of quality public charter schools to help children in those areas.  The Jefferson Institute has been in the forefront of educating and informing the General Assembly and the public about the benefits of quality charter schools.

Watch the WRIC Report Here.

Read Chris Braunlich's Commentary in the Richmond Times-Dispatch.

Read the Washington Post editorial endorsing charter schools.

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