Bonnell suggests opening college-related discussions the summer before high school begins. Waiting until junior year is too late because students need to be making decisions by then, not finding out what their options are.
No, they are not going to take your coffee away. Washington state’s new distracted driving law has sparked confusion and consternation across the state and attracted attention nationwide. But the facts behind the frenzy are relatively straightforward, and given the data on distracted driving, the new rules do make sense. What exactly is Washington’s new […]
Fortunately, absent clear-cut evidence of genuine neglect, most parents can successfully defend their choices in a court of law if necessary. As the state of Connecticut says, “It comes down to a judgment call on the part of parents.”
Even though Chicago gangs threaten violence over their spraying hydrants, it is not only against the law to open a hydrant in Chicago, it’s illegal to even possess an unauthorized hydrant key.
Another adjunct professor, Lisa Durden, was teaching a summer course at Essex County Community College when she gave an inflammatory interview on Fox News, in which she defended a blacks-only event, mocked white privilege, and called American society racist.
To keep housing available to residents, while still allowing homeowners to participate in home-sharing, San Francisco passed a law in 2015 requiring short-term rentals to be registered with the city and limiting the amount of time units could be rented out.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, meanwhile, in a Congressional hearing refused to say her office would withhold funds from private schools that discriminate against students.
You would think that the exhaustive—and exhausting—security measures put in place since 9/11 would at least guarantee that no one ever boards the wrong plane again. But you would be wrong.
One bill making its way through the California state legislature looks to protect tenants from a very particular form of harassment – the threat of deportation.
California, which legalized marijuana last year, is predicted to generate a billion dollars in annual marijuana tax revenue, the bulk of which is earmarked for substance abuse education and treatment programs.