Columbus schools employees won't face charges over free lunches
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#1 May 9, 2012
Are Columbus teachers too stupid, too untrained, too uninformed to properly report their income? If they can't calculate their true income, they should not be teaching our children.
#2 May 9, 2012
Another case of unionized government employees - the police - protecting their fellow unionized government employees - school teachers and staff. Why are nonunionized and non-government people indicted for crimes, but not union government employees? OHIO & COLUMBUS ARE THE MOST CORRUPT PLACES in the USA.
#3 May 9, 2012
They are union members and unions protect the stupid and lazy.
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#4 May 9, 2012
Are you too stupid, too untrained, too uninformed to read the article?
Of 19 employees inaccurately reporting income, only two were teachers.
All others were employed at lower levels--aides, bus drivers, hourly workers and such. Investigation by an independent auditor did not uncover any intent to defraud on their part.
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