A Democratic lawmaker in Arizona received criticism for saying on social media he wanted to punch a female legislator “in the throat,” the Arizona Republic reported.

Angered over State Sen. Debbie Lesko’s (R-Glendale) support for an expanded school-voucher system, State Rep. Jesus Rubalcava (D-Yuma) wrote that he wanted to throat-punch her.

In a comment thread, Rubalcava discussed Lesko’s bill, which would allow public money to be used to help families who want to send their kids to private schools or tutoring sessions.

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