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Tom Luna And Brian Cronin To Debate Idaho Education Reform Laws

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Idaho Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Luna debates Rep. Brian Cronin (D-Boise) Tuesday in Boise.

Idaho Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Luna will defend his education reform laws tomorrow at the City Club of Boise luncheon.

The laws known as Students Come First passed the Legislature in 2011 and are now on the November ballot for repeal.

Luna’s debate partner is Brian Cronin.  Cronin is a current Democratic legislator, but isn’t seeking reelection.  He is now a senior vice president with Seattle-based Strategies 360, a consulting firm helping the campaign to repeal the education laws. 

The event is sold out, but StateImpact will be there live-blogging the hour-long debate. Plus, you’ll be able to hear a recording of City Club on Boise State Public Radio this Saturday at 8:00 p.m. and Tuesday, October 9, at 7:00 p.m.


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