California’s emerging good government coalition

By California Policy Center on Thursday, November 6th, 2014 in Reform, Uncategorized, Unions No Comments

TUSTIN, Calif. – The 2014 mid-term elections will be remembered for many things – pioneering use of information technology to comprehensively profile and micro-target voters, escalating use of polarizing rhetoric, historically low levels of voter turnout, and historic records in total spending.


New Ohio charter school opens in former hosiery factory

By Bob Kellogg on Sunday, September 7th, 2014 in Reform No Comments

EAST TOLEDO, Ohio – A run-down, abandoned old hosiery factory has been transformed into a bright and shiny new school in East Toledo. However, the reason a factory had to be renovated rather than an existing, unused public school is because of Toledo’s history of deed restrictions on charters.