In last week’s podcast, we talked to Daily News Editorial Page editor Sandra Shea about the Educational Improvement Tax Credit. The program gives a tax break to corporations that provide funding for scholarships to private and parochial schools. She argued that there hasn’t been enough oversight of the program. Today, we’re speaking to state Sen. Anthony Hardy Williams, a supporter of the tax credit.
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