Thursday, June 12, 2014

Legal analysis of California's education ruling, and other links

1. Analysis of California legal ruling, but Pacific Legal Foundation.

I fear the unions will still fight this, but this is good news.

2. Eric Cantor loses in the primary to an economics professor.

I love it when economics professors win!

3.  Food stamp fraud busted

The FBI announced Tuesday in Savannah, Georgia that eighty-eight people have been charged in "one of the largest federal food program frauds ever prosecuted." Fifty-four of the defendants were charged with conspiring to open "purported grocery stores" specifically for the purpose of defrauding the Women, Infant, and Children (WIC) and Food Stamp program.  

4. Sheldon Adelson giving money to help prevent online gambling in PA.

He owns significant shares in a Pennsylvania casino.  But, of course, this isn't about keeping competition out.  This is for the kids.  Yeah, right.

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