California union-dues case moves closer to Supreme Court

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LOS ANGELES – Sometimes you win by losing.
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U.S. DOE gives Oklahoma its NCLB waiver back

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OKLAHOMA CITY – The U.S. Department of Education announced yesterday that they gave Oklahoma its NCLB flexibility waiver back.  It was taken from them after Oklahoma repealed Common Core.
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Detroit shows that poverty is not stopping parents from opting for school choice

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DETROIT – The far left Eclectablog repeats what is becoming a recurring drum beat in public education in Michigan – poor people can’t afford school choice.
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NH school drops Michelle O’s lunch rules

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SALEM, N.H. – Officials at Salem High School are coming to the same conclusion about Michelle Obama’s new lunch regulations as hundreds of other schools across the country: They’re better off ditching the restrictive regulations and the federal money that comes with them to serve students healthy food they want to eat.
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Union organizer: Police ‘would sooner murder’ protesters ‘than allow them a small amount of dignity’

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MILWAUKEE, Wis. – The leader of a prominent community organizing group in Wisconsin, and a blogger for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, has taken to Facebook to condone the violent outburst in Ferguson, Missouri on Monday night after a grand jury found no probable cause to charge a police officer in the fatal shooting of a young man who had just robbed a convenience store and assaulted the officer.
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School board member’s idea for students with food allergies: ‘Just shoot them’

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CLAWSON, Mich. – A Michigan school board member has resigned over joking comments she made at a recent board meeting about shooting students with food allergies, and a video of the incident that went viral is enraging parents and advocates.
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