(Worthy News) – The House passed legislation Friday to give parents more say and insight into what is taught in public schools.
The legislation passed largely along party lines, 213-208, with five Republicans joining the Democrats. Republican Reps. Andy Biggs of Arizona, Ken Buck of Colorado, Matt Gaetz of Florida, Mike Lawler of New York and Matt Rosendale of Montana voted against the bill.
“The measure has a fatal flaw, however. While seemingly reinforcing parents’ rights, it undermines the critical principle for conservatives: federalism, the bedrock of our liberty,” Mr. Buck wrote recently in a Washington Times Op-Ed. [ Source: Washington Times (Read More…) ]
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