More than a month into the legislative session, Common Core is still a top discussion issue at the state level, but time is running out to find anything to replace it.
Rep. Gene Reynolds said Common Core is not a "one-sided argument."
"It's about 60/40," he said. "The majority of people – educators, business people, parents and different ones – actually are starting to like Common Core more and more. That's not my observation – that's what they're telling me."