Thursday, March 31, 2011
Indiana's House has passed what looks to be a meaningful, if small-scale, school-choice measure. (A number of legislators, as readers might know, had left the state for Illinois, in an effort to prevent this -- and other -- developments.) If the law passes, it will (of course) be challenged on constitutional (state and federal) grounds. It's sad, I think, that I regard it as entirely possible that a judge will yield to partisan temptations and invalidate the law. Still, no need for Puddleglummery, I suppose. This is good news.