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Ben Shapiro is an outspoken conservative and columnist for The Washington Post.

He is the author of several books including the best-selling “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised” and the recent “How America Failed Us.”

In an interview with The Washington Examiner, Shapiro said the education tax credit could hurt education funding.

He said the credit has become the standard, “in many cases, for getting low-income students to pay for public schools,” as they get more resources.

In addition, the credit can be used for private schools and non-profit institutions.

The credit can also be used to cover state and local taxes and to help defray school and community costs.

The Washington State Education Tax credit has been used by more than 4 million students, according to the state’s website.

The credits cost $8 billion annually, but about 30% of it is paid by parents, and the remaining 90% is paid to non-profits.

In recent years, it has also been used to help pay for transportation, food, transportation, and other school-related expenses.

Shapiro also said that there is “a lot of fraud” and that many people who receive the credit are in the wrong place.

“A lot of people are going to say, ‘Well, I don’t need it,’ and they’re not going to do it,” he said.

He said that a number of states have already implemented the tax credit and that the program would be good for other states as well. “

And if they do that, you can use the credit to get a tax deduction to help them pay for their education.”

He said that a number of states have already implemented the tax credit and that the program would be good for other states as well.

But he said there is a danger in giving the credit out to families with young children.

“You know, I think that’s a very good thing, but it’s going to cause problems with this particular credit,” he added.

“If you give out this credit to families who are paying more in taxes than they should be, you’re going the other way.”

Shapiro said he would be “very surprised” if he received any tax credit from the state of Washington.

“It’s a really big giveaway to the very wealthy,” he told the Examiner.

Shapiro told the outlet that the credit is used to pay more for transportation and that a lot of families don’t pay for the full cost of school.

“I would be very surprised if this was going to help a lot more than it’s helping,” he continued.

“That’s what I’m really concerned about.

We don’t want this to just go to people who don’t have a lot to lose.”

Shapiro told The Washington Today that he believes the credit should be used more widely.

“In the last 30 years, I’m surprised that we haven’t seen a lot higher education in the United States,” he explained.

“We’re not using the credit for the very good students that are going into universities, we’re using it for the students who are going straight to the ghetto.”

The Washington Daily News reported that there are now more than 400,000 students who receive a tax credit, including students who have never been in school.

Shapiro said that this has led to the “total collapse” of traditional public schools.

“There are only about 50,000 public schools left in the country,” he concluded.

“They’re really the only thing that keeps public education going, and they can’t afford to lose the tax money.”