(Phoenix, AZ) Republicans in the Arizona Legislature and the Governor's office are reportedly working behind closed doors to repeal the 2017 expansion of the school voucher program. The issue is set to appear on the November ballot. Proposition 305 would let voters decide if they want to get rid of the program that uses tax dollars to subsidize private school tuition. The voucher expansion was a legislative victory for Governor Ducey last year.
Two Republican senators, Kate Brophy McGee and Bob Worsley tell the "Arizona Capitol Times" they will vote against a repeal. Since all Democrats are expected to vote no, the repeal is effectively dead.