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Sam_Sam_Iam - How the SSM “anti-polygamy” movement turned into Animal Farm - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJ
So, my question is this,actually a couple....what will happen to the guy who wanted to marry his car? Because they have allowed "gay" marriage (disgusting as it may be), and are working now on plural marriages, will this man be allowed to then marry his car? How about the guy down the street, will he then be allowed to marry his goat? My, my, my what a can of worms the SCOTUS has opened.
WmMunny - A Shocking Admission Comes From Within Darin LaHood’s Disillusioned Campaign — About IL
LaHood .... Conservative? Yes. Career politician? Yes. Part of the problem? Certainly. I darn near stopped in the Flynn campaign office on 6th Street today with $100.00. I'll have to drop by tomorrow for sure.
QuincyGuy - Crider has lawyer - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
The law is on the side of the bad guys. After all it was written by lawyers.
QuincyGuy - Crider has lawyer - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Why is it necessary to keep showing a killer police mug shot? If you need a picture why not show the dead victim, 12-year-old Ray Humphrey Junior. The least we see of this scum the better.
Givemeliberty - Proposed FY15 Budget: $1 million in cuts, new Yard Waste stickers - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.
Haha I feel like your giving me one of those "it depends on what your definition of the word is is" defenses. I'll admit this, you got the "not gonna take me down" spirit of a politician caught in a pickle. Unfortunately the integrity of a politician comes with it.

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School officials object to single funding formula

1 year, 3 months ago from the Associated Press

Educators are asking Illinois lawmakers to be judicious while discussing the funding formula

Educators are asking Illinois lawmakers to be judicious as the state's school funding formula is re-examined this year.

An Illinois Child Care Association official and others told a House appropriations committee they object to having specialized programs rolled into a single funding formula that determines funding based on poverty levels.

Katherine Buchanan says money should follow the number of students served in particular school districts' programs instead of funding based on how rich or poor districts are.

The current system factors in a district's poverty for some types of state aid but not others.

A recent report from a Senate education committee says streamlining the formula would provide better equity to districts across Illinois.

It suggests putting the majority of funds into one pot and dividing resources based on need.


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