School board president sued, accused of ‘tyranny’ for silencing and ejecting parents from meetings

Fights over what parents can say during school board meetings – or whether they can say anything at all – are becoming commonplace.  Some parents, feeling unfairly and even unlawfully silenced, are taking legal action.   In one of the latest and most dramatic instances, the school board president was served with a lawsuit during the public…
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‘In God We Trust’ decals OK to go back on police vehicles, after Haven City Council reversal

The people have spoken. What’s more, they have been heard. For now. After voting to strip “In God We Trust” decals off the city’s police cars, the Haven, Kansas city council voted Monday to put them back on. The U-turn followed a huge public outcry against the council’s May 2 move, including a packed council meeting…
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School board member to host ‘Queer Youth Open Mic Night’ for ‘all ages’ in her sex shop

A Washington state school board director will host an LGBTQ event for youth at the sex shop she owns.  “All queer youth (0 to 18 years old) are invited,” according to a Facebook invitation to the Bellingham, Washington event. “Free to attend for all ages.”  Jenn Mason, the school board member who also owns the sex…

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