Credit Idaho Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Luna seeing the sunny side.
A month before the election, Luna cast his "Students Come First" laws in historic proportions.
"The choice that we will make this November is by far the most important choice on education that many of us will make in our lifetime," Luna told a sold-out City Club audience as he closed his opening remarks in an Oct. 2 debate with Rep. Brian Cronin, D-Boise. "It's a choice about moving forward or going backward."
On Monday, six days after Propositions 1, 2 and 3 were drubbed by voters, Luna called the defeat a
"bump in the road" and vowed to fight to revive parts of the plan.
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