“Controversial amendments including issues such as vouchers and teacher evaluation requirements were kept off of the bill, but those debates are still expected to be had when the bill hits the full senate. Leaders have said that will be later this year, but no debate has been scheduled yet.” [from More details on U.S. Senate HELP committee’s ESEA reauthorization bill by Kate Kuhlmann]
What do bolded words above mean? Is “later this year” a typo? Do they mean “later this month” or what? We shouldn’t let our guard down; this bill could be passed at any time. Remember, passage of the Federal Reserve legislation took place December 23, 1913, the day before Christmas Eve… when most members of Congress were on vacation. This blog will keep you informed, but you, yourself, could help us by searching, every single day, the Internet links related to this freedom-busting legislation.
See the Kate Kuhlmann article with amendments here.