Friday, April 1, 2011

Ethical Limbo: How Low Can Government Go?

Texas cops are ticketing thousands of school children to raise revenue.
With the rise of get-tough juvenile crime policies across Texas, the municipal courthouse has become the new principal’s office for thousands of students who get in fights, curse their teachers or are generally “disorderly” on school campuses — even in elementary schools, according to data collected from school systems by Texas Appleseed,  ... MORE

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