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Consider these real-life scenarios: An Arizona family is told their 6-year-old son, Ryan, has symptoms on the autism spectrum. Doctors say he will need 20-40 hours per week of individual therapies. Ryan's parents can't afford that. What can they do?
In Part 1, we examined how our legal system developed to the point where a statutory framework that blatantly favors one class of businesses over another is constitutionally permissible. Using the historical example of Nebbia v. New York, we saw that the Court altered its jurisprudence to become...
Alexa Bloom has a master's degree in special education instruction, so she knew her son, Julian, was going to need a flexible approach to learning. When Julian was just 18 months old, doctors diagnosed him with autism and a severe sensory and auditory processing disorder...
Last month, in a sermon the media described as "fire and thunder," the Rev. William Barber, head of the NC NAACP, mounted the pulpit of Zion Baptist Church in Columbia, South Carolina, and began to excoriate all things political - to the right.
Last night, Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) voted in favor of a bill to bring transparency to the Endangered Species Act (ESA), prevent the waste of taxpayer money, and reduce the law's impact on economic growth.
Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) is taking action to modernize the Endangered Species Act (ESA) in order to prevent the waste of taxpayer money and implementation of unnecessary, economically harmful regulations.