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Letters: Schools shouldn't have to rely on largess for funding

Aside from the absurdity that poor children have to rely on the largess of a rapper rather than the state that should guarantee them an education equal to that of their more wealthy peers, the whole Chance/Gov. Bruce Rauner encounter reveals a truism. Wealthy elite posturing pols should have no role in determining what happens to poor minority children. Rauner was elected by people who could not care less about poor black children and would prefer that they keep their suffering to themselves.

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