School can only teach us so much, but jobs often require more.
Our economy is growing, and that's awesome. But not everyone is participating.
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Work requirements are good, but giving taxpayer dollars to people above the average income?
Are teacher salary levels really a "justice" issue?
I'm sure many of you can empathize!
The burden falls to employers to entice new employee.
The tax to "help the homeless" will do anything but that.
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