Decide for yourself, after our show this evening, whether HB 359 is better than having no bill at all. Learn more about the Poll Tax and why it was discovered to be unconstitutional beforehand for having a good argument for your stand.
HB 359 must be vetoed or will pass by June 19, 2011. Texas Governor Rick Perry still has failed to show his support for the Texas school children, all under his leadership. He has the power to pass a bill today, if he chose to, that will protect all Texas schoolchildren by implementing HB 916 or by placing a moratorium on this practice.
What's the hold up?
We will be speculating on that particular question this week.
Join us on America Speaks Sat., June 18, 3:30pm- 5:30pm to give your opinion, thoughts or facts on:
the 14th amendment "protective laws" and American Educators having the right to take a wooden board, demand an American student to: assume rump presentation, strike their buttocks without state, local or federally regulated standards that would include: how many strikes, how hard, how frequently per day, week or schoolyear, age, menstrual cycle, special needs, size of board, where the beating may or may not occur in the building, specific purpose of a witness, reporting standards for children, parents, district employees when it has been reported that a child was struck on their buttock without a witness present, and the like...