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Tag Archives: White House
Let’s drive this bully known as sequestration home a bit further. Unless Congress acts by March 1st, a series of automatic cuts – called a sequester (remember that?) – that threaten thousands of jobs and the economic security of … Continue reading
The Obama administration for the first time is telling school districts across the USA that they must give disabled students equal access to extracurricular sports, a move that advocates say has been years in the making. Here is the story … Continue reading
Now Is the Time: The President’s Plan to Protect our Children and our Communities by Reducing Gun Violence
A two fold plan presented by the President offers ways to reduce gun violence, but equally important is the plan to ensure that children are identified and get mental health services needed. 3. MAKING SCHOOLS SAFER We need to enhance … Continue reading