House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R., Va.) and basketball star Lisa Leslie joined hundreds of middle school students at a charter school in Washington D.C. on Wednesday to rally for school choice.
A government watchdog group is suing the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA), alleging that the CTA may have improperly received between $30 million and $150 million in taxpayer funds by over-reporting mileage for grant funding dating as far back as 1982.
A Catholic Navy chaplain barred from practicing his religion during the recent government shutdown is now the target of retaliation by the federal government, according to an amended complaint filed by his attorneys.
The Justice Department (DOJ) and Louisiana filed separate proposals for information sharing on the state’s school voucher program Tuesday evening, as the Obama administration continues to seek federal approval of each scholarship awarded to a child fleeing a failing school.
The Newseum in Washington, D.C. has been cited by the Justice Department for nearly 100 violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), including placing coffee lids six inches too high and having “protruding objects” throughout the building.
The number of federal prison inmates has grown 27 percent in the last decade, according the Government Accountability Office (GAO).
The Goldwater Institute filed an appeal in federal court on Thursday to allow parents in Louisiana to plead their case in the fight with the Justice Department (DOJ) over the state’s voucher program.
The Justice Department has changed its strategy against the Louisiana Scholarship program, abandoning its request for a permanent injunction in favor of a “process of review,” a move Gov. Bobby Jindal (R.) warns could regulate the program out of existence.