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Students who have signed up for Indiana's broad new school voucher program could be jerked out of private schools mid-semester or forced to scramble to re-enroll in public school unless it's allowed to proceed pending the outcome of a legal challenge, state officials argued August 11th.

Marion Superior Court Judge Michael Keele said he would rule early next week on a request from a group of


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