'Third-grade' Talking Point Debunked
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'Third-grade' Talking Point Debunked

In these clips, two Democratic candidates for Virginia governor, as well as Hillary Clinton and Colin Powell, each discuss a link between third-grade reading scores and projected prison populations. This talking point has been discredited. Video by The Washington Post

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