A Bumpy Start for Common Core Testing

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In 1978, when solar power meant pipes or panels up on the roof, the state legislature decreed no local ordinance or covenant could prevent such installations. But now, solar power can mean acres of photovoltaic cells three feet above the ground — in that vacant lot across the street from your house. A horsey neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley has problems with that. Also, Common Core computers are failing their tests. 

Image-for-WWLA.jpgLater, on To the Point, House Republicans are investigating the deaths of Americans in Benghazi all over again. Is it all about politics? Will there be any time left for Congress to address the economy, immigration reform and other issues until this year's elections are over?


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Warren Olney