Voucher advocates/recipients seek their own advantage; by doing so they take advantage of the taxpayers and detract from the public good.
Those who seek their own advantage should do so by their own volition and expense.
The Ohio Constitution requires the state to secure a thorough and efficient system of common schools for everyone. The system is free and open to all; however, one can fulfill the obligation of compulsory school attendance by approved alternatives at private expense.
When one refuses to use the constitutionally-established common school program, one should not be permitted to seek their own personal advantage at taxpayers’ expense. State officials have set up a scheme whereby taxpayers are treated unfairly by being required to pay extra for some who wish to seek their own advantage to the detriment of the public good.
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