Does this sound familiar? Betsy DeVos went to Capitol Hill to testify before U.S. lawmakers. She didn’t answer a lot of direct questions and engaged in some contentious debates with some members.

That happened in January when she went before the Senate Education Committee for her confirmation hearing, during which she said schools needed guns to protect against grizzly bears. This time, though, she didn’t talk about guns, but she did say that states should have the right to decide whether private schools that accept publicly funded voucher students should be allowed to discriminate against students for whatever reason they want.

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3 thoughts on “Analysis | Five startling things Betsy DeVos just told Congress

  1. What a warm lovely, highly intelligent, compassionate woman she is…Wait…I was thinking about my neighbor who runs a soup kitchen. Never mind. It’s funny, isn’t it, how the GOP supports tax-supported private school vouchers but thinks wheels on meals and food stamps for the poor are wasteful give-a ways and need to be ended.

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