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OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News Indiana Republican legislators are developing a voucher bill that would pay for autistic children to attend private schools. According to Brian Bosma, speaker of the Indiana House of Representatives, lawmakers met in November 2005 to discuss plans for the bill so that it could be introduced when legislative sessions reconvene in January 2006. Most of Indiana's 5,500 autistic children attend public schools. Supporters of the voucher bill argue that private schools are better able to . . .
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OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News Indiana Republican legislators are developing a voucher bill that would pay for autistic children to attend private schools. According to Brian Bosma, speaker of the Indiana House of Representatives, lawmakers met in November 2005 to discuss plans for the bill so that it could be introduced when legislative sessions reconvene in January 2006. Most of Indiana's 5,500 autistic children attend public schools. Supporters of the voucher bill argue that private schools are better able to . . .
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