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Charter-School Holdouts: States That Prohibit Them, and Why

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Eight states that have staunchly resisted charter laws could shrink in number after midterm elections Nov. 4. That, combined with forceful advocacy efforts, could help push the holdouts toward embracing the publicly funded, independently operated schools. 

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