Tag: Julie Delegal
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Julie DelegalAugust 27, 2014

Just when I thought I had reached inner peace about vaccines and autism, the specter of a link has reared its ugly head again — on Twitter, on Facebook, on CNN’s user-generated “iReport” website. It’s hard enough sorting through autism science. But parents like me, whose children are affected by the potentially devastating neuro-developmental condition, […]

Julie DelegalMarch 2, 2015

Part one of this two-part series examines one senator’s move to lower the stakes in Florida’s high-stakes education accountability system, and how the stakes got so high in the first place. For several years, parents and teachers have bristled against the centerpiece of education reform in Florida. “Teacher accountability” is the political term for it, but what […]

Julie DelegalJanuary 5, 2014

It’s a principle of our representative democracy that we, the people, don’t weigh in on every bit of minutia entailed in making laws and policy. The oft-quoted maxim, usually attributed to Prussian statesman Otto Von Bismark, posits that lawmaking, like sausage-making, is a process better left unviewed. But at what points in the “sausage-making” should […]

Julie DelegalJuly 13, 2014

The Redistricting Case The League of Women voters won their court challenge to Florida’s congressional map last week. Leon County Circuit Court Judge Terry Lewis agreed with the League that Florida’s latest congressional map was drawn to favor one political party (Republicans) over the other (Democrats.) Lewis invalidated the map as unconstitutional, and called for […]


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