In 1984, Greg Abbott was minding his own business by jogging down a street, when suddenly his life was changed forever. Being struck by a tree that cracked, then toppled on his back, Abbott's back was crushed, forever putting him in a wheelchair.
It's stunning that on any given day, a new State law can pass, and we may never, ever hear about it. Unless of course, it makes a cameo television appearance, or has three lines appearing on page 7 of the local newspaper.
When you read about the laws on the books of each State, you may come across some doozies. For example, in South Dakota, you can't howl at a full moon, and in North Carolina, it is unlawful to bathe in a horse trough.
Boy, has education changed since I attended school. Can't recollect too much government interference about course curriculum and testing requirements. What I do remember, is the first bell sounding at 7:45 a.m., and the last bell at 3:20 p.m.
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