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11/17/2011

'Stop SB48' crowd gears up to waste more time, money, good will

by Jeremy Hooper Looks like the failed "Stop SB48" crowd is gearing up for another attempt to stop inclusive teaching in California public schools. This is paperwork that Christian Coalition of California state Chairman Richard Rios has filed with California Attorney General's office:
Repeal sb48: Part 2?

Though if you ask me, this crowd could actually stand to go back to the state's schools and learn a few things themselves. Because if there's one thing that California's history has taught all of us, it's that the state rarely turns out a sequel that's better than the first go around. And that first showing was already pretty darn bad.

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