Marston, Betsy
April 2010
High Country News;4/26/2010, Vol. 42 Issue 7, p28
The article offers news in the U.S. School districts in Utah County in Utah has advocated to stop the spread of false educational ideas on democracy based on the interpretation of the U.S. constitution by the political group, Utah Republic. A resolution in South Dakota by the House of Representatives has been passed to encourage public schools to teach astrology. A man, pretended to be a ninja, got impaled in Washington, District of Columbia as he tried to leap over a 4-to-5 foot metal fence.


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