Texas legislators push for schools transparency
House District 77 Representative Marisa Marquez presented public input from previous meetings during a task force meeting for public comment regarding school board transparency on Tuesday at UTEP.
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#1 Sep 26, 2012
This political farce is a circus.
Part of reveled surveillance already proved many students are outside district thieving services from taxpayers.
WTF is wrong with enforcing the damn laws?
#2 Sep 26, 2012
Some laws are unjust and need to to be defied. For instance, in Texas it is illegal for a woman to go bare chested in public, unless she is breast feeding. To me that's a distinction without a difference which is why I encourage all women to bare their bosom tomorrow for Tata Thursday.
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