It’s a pretty surefire bet that Trump won’t be uttering ANY of these statements tomorrow evening before Congress.
“The excise tax is not a smart reform–it is a flawed, one-size-fits-all penalty that will degrade workers’ benefits, lead employers to choose less comprehensive plans, and force families to pay more out-of-pocket health care costs.”
Congressmen from both parties introduced legislation that would fully fund the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) for the first time in nearly 40 years.
Now that unemployment insurance has ended, how will that affect students and families?
Sharliyn Cano, Head Start HR director: “People need to understand that in order to ‘pull yourself up by your boot straps,’ you first need to have bootstraps. These cuts are not making things any easier.”
Emily Oaks, future educator: “We need support from our country’s leaders. We need to remind our students that there is a future waiting for them.”
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Across-the-board budget cuts take effect March 1; educators ask Congress for balanced approach.
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