If the Valente plaintiffs prevail — and the language in Esperanza gives them a fairly strong case — parents in tuition towns will be able to have their school districts pay the tuition directly to the religious school, just as it is now paid to non-sectarian schools.
At best, what we have now is an “interim whitewash,” or at worst, a cover-up to protect the state from litigation and outright incompetence and negligence.
While the GWSA appears to reflect the sense of urgency so many of us feel, the actual process established is unwieldy and does not provide my agency – the Agency of Natural Resources – with the tools needed to accomplish the work.
Many businesses are closed for noncompliance with COVID mandates — some permanently — yet Black Lives Matter protesters remain exempt from social gathering restrictions. This is the “slide-rule of law.”
The COVID-19 crisis and its aftermath are now illustrating, perhaps more vividly than ever before, why government union bosses in states like California never should have been granted monopoly-bargaining privileges in the first place.
History is repeating itself in America today as we see new age socialists follow the same script as history’s most violent leftist revolutionaries. It happens too fast not to be planned.
In his 10-page review, Scott Gessler notes that in order to have a successful vote by mail experience — one free of fraud and error — certain safeguards must be in place. In Condos’ proposal they are totally absent.
Vermont’s voter checklists have been the subject of concern since they do not provide local election officials with meaningful information to confirm the identity of individuals who vote in the state’s elections.
Today, September 17, marks the 233rd anniversary of the signing of the Constitution of the United States.
Miriam, however, soon walked away from the Democratic party. She realized that her faith, the way she lived her life and the way she thought about issues were far more conservative. She feels conservative values more closely align with the Constitution.
Capitalism must be abolished in order for black lives to matter, Alicia Garza, a co-founder of Black Lives Matter, said at a conference in 2015.