Reduce funding for BOOST and increase transparency protections

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Right now, a Maryland General Assembly conference committee is deciding how big the taxpayer subsidy for private and religious schools will be. Tell them to pass the House version of the BOOST budget language – which reduces the subsidy from $9.5 million to $5 million and includes stronger transparency and accountability protections

Take action to reduce funding for BOOST - Maryland’s private school voucher program.

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Budget Committee Chairs, Vice Chairs, Subcommittee Chairs:
House Speaker Michael Busch
Delegate Maggie McIntosh
Delegate Tawanna Gaines
Delegate Ben Barnes
Delegate Aruna Miller
Delegate Adrienne Jones
Delegate Kirill Reznik
Delegate Keith Haynes
Senator Mike Miller
Senator Edward Kasemeyer
Senator Rich Madaleno
Senator Nancy King
Senator Guy Guzzoni
Senators Douglas Peters

End Maryland's private school voucher program
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Reduce funding for BOOST and increase transparency protections
Dear Representative,

I ask that you pass the House version of the BOOST budget language – which reduces the subsidy from $9.5 million to $5 million and includes stronger transparency and accountability protections. The conferees should also support requiring BOOST schools to provide reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities.

I urge you to support the House decisions on BOOST and include protections for students with disabilities in BOOST schools.

Sincerely,

[First Name] [Last Name]
[Your Address]

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