NM governor vetoes bill to allow legislature to get privileged information
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#1 Mar 18, 2011
With the unanimous vote by the legislature, why not just try and overrule the veto?
#2 Mar 18, 2011
so i take it that you don't mind if your confidentiality is bridged and everybody knows all about you even though it would most likely be none of our business. Can we investigate this particular legislator that is hell bent on wanting to look at confidential info? Does he want to launch a witch hunt? What is his ultimate goal?
#3 Mar 18, 2011
Don't do it, NM. They haven't paddled in TX schools for years, and teachers and admin. have very little control. The inmates now run the asylum.
#4 Mar 18, 2011
This spare the rod to save the child does not work. Kids know they can say F U and nothing will happen. They can hit swear at teachers throw things at them is B S. Call the parents nothing happens. When I went to school you got a smack or two at school them ya went home and got it twice as much and twice as hard. That wasn't only my parents but all the kids in my school.
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