I get a ton of emails about supporting and opposing raising the cap on charter schools. One side contends that there should be more choice in public schools and the other side contends that charter schools take money away from traditional public schools. Both sides are correct. But there are more issues to consider than these two concerns.
At the height of the war on drugs, the federal government pressured states to adopt laws that would suspend the drivers’ licenses of those convicted of drug crimes under the threat of using highway funding.