By Goldwater Institute
Ensuring Justice For All: Texas Judge Rules on Indian Child Welfare Act
When Martin Luther King wrote that “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere…Anyone who lives inside the United States can never be considered an outsider anywhere within its bounds,” he spoke with that characteristic confidence of his that justice would, in the end, be done to all.
Earlier this week, a federal judge in Texas played an important part in realizing that dream when he ruled that the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) – a federal law that creates a separate and less-protective set of rules for child welfare cases involving children of Native American ancestry – violates the Constitution.
Beer with a Side of Bureaucracy? Not So Fast.
New restrictions threatened to sink New Jersey’s independent craft breweries – but they may have been a bridge too far for state lawmakers.
Infographic: How Many Teachers Is Your Superintendent Worth?
With all the talk (and protests) about teacher pay, why don’t we ever hear about superintendents? It turns out that school administrators consistently earn more than teachers – sometimes substantially more.
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