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In "tuition towns," the funds local governments expect to spend per pupil are instead given directly to the parents of school-age children.
It’s an injustice to care about community character so much that you’ll use government power to block people’s access to affordable food.
The Stasi had a long history of crimes against the East German people, a history which is still being discovered today.
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Polling stations in Catalonia were attacked by heavily armed agents of the state with riot gear and pointed rifles.
If upheld, the ruling against agency user fees holds promise as a tool against executive branch overreach. The Court ruled that occupational licensing was outside the IRS’s Congressional authority, per a 2014 ruling.
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