S.C. lawmakers flunk priority test
"The S.C. General Assembly: A Political Farce" features scenes of legislators debating what college students should and shouldn't read.Read more
#1 Jun 7, 2014
who are are these people to tell me or anyone else what I can read. I they have other more important things to concern themselves with than what students are reading. Sexual orentation is a way of life and is each persons busness not for the government to be involved in. How about addressing homeless persons /// children without enough food// medical
help for the poor// the bad roads in this state /// under paid teachers/// underpaid lawenforcement officers/// the list goes on and on/// oh yeah closeing road side parks because there is not enough money to maintain them . Our Reps. and Congressmen have better things to do than talk about what students should read . I am just one voter but I belive there is a lot more to be done but they DO NOT HAVE THE GUTS TO DO IT!!!!
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