School choice backers screen controversial film "Won't Back Down"
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John Yi, with Parent Revolution, which advocates for parent trigger laws, acknowledged that the movie is not all fact but rather a Hollywood interpretation. But he said many parts of it ring true.
Clark said, in the end, it’s about making sure parents have choices.
"When it comes to empowering parents," Clark said, "we believe parents are best suited to make decision for their kids."
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