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The American Federation for Children, the nation’s voice for educational choice, applauds the South Dakota Legislature for passing Senate Bill 71 on Feb. 1, expanding eligibility and funding for the Partners in Education Tax Credit Program. This legislation increases the total funding cap on the program and allows more families to participate in this life-changing opportunity. The bill is now headed to Governor Noem’s desk.Statement from Tommy Schultz, CEO of the American Federation for Children:“We are thrilled to see that 2022 is already on its way to being another banner year for school choice, and we congratulate South Dakota for being on track to be the first state to create or expand school choice programs this year. More parents than ever want and need options for their children, and these programs provide them. AFC will continue working on behalf of millions of frustrated families by supporting these school choice expansions state by state.”

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