Friday, November 30, 2012

Are Arkansas Republicans planning to cut Pre-K education program?

Posted By on Fri, Nov 30, 2012 at 10:38 AM

Michael Cook, the Democratic political operative now blogging at the Talk Business website, reports on Republican robo-polling that has continued after the election.

The poll mentioned that the Arkansas Pre-K program costs $100 million dollars a year and then asked the voter if they supported the program.

This leads to a logical question: Do Arkansas Republicans plan to put Pre-K on the chopping block to pay for their planned tax cuts?

Some of our commenters have been getting robo-calls that sound similar to what Cook reports...

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