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Dennis Kucinich Is Back, With His Sights Set on For-Profit Education

Former U.S. Rep. Dennis Kucinich launched a four-city, anti-charter school tour in Columbus, Ohio on Monday, telling attendees at a press conference that "public education's financial base is being destroyed by private, for-profit corporate interests."

Kucinich, who served 16 years in Congress, was Cleveland mayor in the late 1970s, and ran for...read more.

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