The Baltimore Sun editorial board is out with a piece in response to legislation in Maryland that would let families take their tax dollars elsewhere if public schools refused to open due to the coronavirus and mistakenly splits people into two camps. Maybe a lot of those who see public school as a tax burden wouldn’t if they thought they, and the state’s children, were getting their money’s worth.

That last sentence reads “despite the racism and classicism that suggests,” in case the tweet got cut off.

“Maryland bill seeks to use the pandemic to gut public school funding.”