A Lutheran school in Harford Co., Md., sacrificed state voucher funds because it has reserved the right to deny admission to LGBT students.
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A search that may have been unlawful or unconstitutional at a Ga. h.s. has resulted in the indictment of a sheriff on sexual battery charges.
The 2nd Amendment gives Americans the right to bear arms, but should “gun part,” like the bump stock used by Stephen Paddock, be banned?
What makes a pat-down search constitutional during a traffic stop? Not the strong smell of marijuana, at least not in Maryland.
A re-creation of a controversial art exhibit at an IL h.s. caused a social media firestorm. People commented that the “lesson” was disgusting.
A teacher who changed in his classroom for after-school activities was videotaped by the school; he can’t sue them under the 4th or 14th Amendment.
The US Ed. Dept. issued interim guidance that will replace some Obama administration rules for how schools investigate sexual assault.
US Ed. Sec’y Betsy DeVos was invited to speak at the U. of Balto., and students protested that invitation with a walkout and a rally yesterday.
Schools may soon have new guidance from the feds on how sexual assaults should be investigated, Betsy DeVos told the country.
In Alabama, a state law prohibits 18-year-olds (or younger) from consenting to sex with someone who works at a school—any school.