Another lawsuit was filed against SAU16/Exeter’s superintendent David Ryan. So far I’ve counted four lawsuits in the last few months. The first involved a teacher who removed a student from class when he wore a Thin Blue Line Flag during a day when students could wear flags that represented their views.
In the world we live in, video recording in public areas is expected. Amidst all the controversy in the Nashua Assessing Office, management recently decided to video customers in the public service area. Alderwoman Schmidt believes we are recording conversations; Is Nashua engaging in illegal activity?
Skip Murphy explains how the Windham School Board’s new transgender bathroom policy includes language that could infringe on first amendment rights by compelling speech with threats of disciplinary action and how he is trying to pry more details from the board. Visit the original post for more ways to listen.