MONTGOMERY — Democrats say if the Alabama Accountability Act that provides a tax credit for parents whose children leave failing public schools for private ones is so good, Republicans should be open to repealing it and debating it in public.
“There’s no fixing the Accountability Act,” said Rep. Marcel Black, D-Tuscumbia. “It is beyond repair, and trying to come back and fix it after it has already become law would be like selling somebody a car and then selling them the engine six months later.”
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