There are two primary considerations that govern the drafting of this proposal. First, the language must be as simple, clear, and concise as possible while still accomplishing the desired objective. The proposed language below consists of removing just 11 words from the existing Article VIII, Section 2, and adding four paragraphs. Second, the amendments should, as much as possible, leave existing statutory and case law undisturbed while still accomplishing the objectives. The debate over parental choice should focus on the merits of the Universal Tuition Tax Credit, not on issues resulting from changes that are unnecessary to implementing the UTTC.