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Ed. Reforms Prove Politically Costly in WI, OH, and FL

Campaign 2012
Governors in Wisconsin, Ohio, and Florida tangled with the teachers' unions—perhaps to their own political peril. Will these run-ins have implications in the 2012 presidential race? Probably.

Read more about the shifting political landscapes in three presidential battleground states, and the slipping approval ratings of their governors, over at State EdWatch.

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