(Host) Lieutenant Governor Brian Dubie says if he’s elected governor, he’d like to see greater use of school choice.
And Dubie says families should be permitted to use public tax money to pay for an education at a religious school.
He says he’s reviewed Supreme Court rulings and believes such a plan would be constitutional.
(Dubie) "In further reading, I read that in fact that if a religious school could separate whatever component of their education that was secular from the non-secular, that that could be an appropriate option that could be considered going forward. I just think all options should be on the table."
(Host) Dubie says school choice is one of the ways he would try to drive down the cost of education.
Dubie is currently the only Republican running for governor.