From: Kimberly Smith
To: Brad Dee, Becky Edwards, billwright, Rebecca Lockhart, Brian King, Carol Moss, Curt Webb, cwatkins, dbutterfield, dclark, Don Ipson, Doug Sagers, Dixon Pitcher, Dean Sanpei, Eric Hutchings, Evan Vickers, Francis Gibson, Gage Froerer, Johnny Anderson, Jack Draxler, Jim Dunnigan, Jeremy Peterson, Jim Nielson, John G. Mathis, Jennifer M. Seelig, Kay Mciff, Keith Grover, Ken Ivory, Kraig Powell, LaVar Christensen, Lee Perry, Lynn Hemingway, Larry Wiley, Marie Poulson, Mark A. Wheatley, Melvin Brown, mnoel, nhendrickson, ppainter, pray, Rebecca Houck, Richard Greenwood, Ronda Menlove, Roger Barrus, Ryan Wilcox, Susan Duckworth, Steve Eliason, Steve Handy, Tim Cosgrove, toddkiser, Val Peterson, Wayne Harper, John Knotwell, Greg Hughes, spencercox, Craig Hall, Brian Greene, Richard Cunningham, Edward Redd, Marc Roberts, Angela Romero, Earl Tanner, Jon Stanard, Keven John Stratton, John Westwood, Michael Mckell, David Lifferth, Mike Kennedy, Dana Layton, Curtis Oda,
Subject: HB 96
Date: Mon Feb 10 19:21:11 MST 2014
Body:
Dear Representatives, I ask you to please vote no on HB 96! I know this sounds good in theory but as a mom I know this is not going to improve education. What starts out as a voluntary program always has the potential to lead to force. There are already so many free preschools available for low income. Upstart is an excellent resource and we already have Head Start. Not to mention all the free preschools available online. This bill will essentially put private preschools out of business. I believe parents should have a choice! Please vote NO on this bill. Thank you Kimberly Smith