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Thomas More Law Center Challenges Constitutionality of Common Core in Lawsuit Against West Virginia State Officials

Thomas More Law Center Challenges Constitutionality of Common Core in Lawsuit Against West Virginia State Officials

“The lawsuit claims that West Virginia’s funding and participation in Common Core violates the U. S. Constitution, as well as federal and state laws that prohibit the federal government from usurping control over public school education.” Read the full press release: NEW RELEASE – Thomas More Law Center Challenges Constitutionality of Com…  

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The Common Core Debate’s Implications For A Return To Constitutionalism

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The Common Core Debate’s Implications For A Return To Constitutionalism

BY JEFF KIMBLE – PUBLISHED: 09/01/2014 – SECTION: FEDERALISM The grass roots effort to defeat the Common Core might be interpreted by many as a sign of hope. In an age when federal overreach is routine and the centralization of governmental authority in Washington is widely accepted or even welcomed by the States, the media […]

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Common Core Opposition On Constitutional/Federalism Grounds

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Common Core Opposition On Constitutional/Federalism Grounds

by Jeff Kimble, 12.28.2013 The Constitution was founded on the construct of federalism.  The Federal Government’s powers were to be limited and specified while the state’s powers would be broad and general.  In Federalist No. 45, James Madison wrote that “The powers delegated by the Constitution to the Federal Government, are few and defined.  Those […]

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