Battle between state hospital and court-ordered antipsychotic medication may have national ramifications
If the Oregon Supreme Court case over the state hospital’s refusal of a court-ordered antipsychotic medication for patient awaiting his murder trial goes to the U.S. Supreme Court, the outcome could have significant impacts for the country.Read More →
By Paul Brennan | Watchdog.org
A Philadelphia school leader used one word to describe the claim that charter schools are promoting racial segregation, and a Milwaukee educator had one word to explain why she came out of retirement to teach at a new charter school.
Watchdog.org expounds on both words, along with plenty more on the most interesting […]
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Getting government out of the crop insurance business would save consumers nearly $1 billion a year.
A new study finds that the federal subsidy system is costing Americans more than they might pay in higher food prices.Read More →