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Child abuse regulations are clear

Child abuse regulations are clear | Political | Scoop.it

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1.The collumn was about Tim Curley and Jerry Sandusky's failure to report the child abuse going on at Penn state.

2.Indeed, one part of Pennsylvania’s Child Protective Services Law was amended in 2006 to expand the circle of protection to include children “under the care, supervision, guidance or training of that person or of an agency, institution, organization or other entity with which that person is affiliated.”

3. He believes that the men who didn't report it should be charged and that people who should report need to be trained on how to do so.

4."Still, the law and regulations are clear, as they were in 2002: The report by the superior must be immediate and followed up with a written form to authorities. Because McQueary was a mandated reporter, Schultz and Curley were, too, and their charges for failure to report should stand against them."

6. He is against child abuse and thinks that the men should have reported and should have been trained on how to report.

7. I think this article could be written for either parents to be aware of the laws and whats going on or for people like Curley and Sandusky to be aware that they need to report it if something like this comes up.

8. Yes I think the writer balances his facts with opinion very nicely he tells you what they are being charged with and how the laws have changed which helps you understand his opinion.

 

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Editorial: Disclose donors on Super PAC ads - USA TODAY

Editorial: Disclose donors on Super PAC ads - USA TODAY | Political | Scoop.it

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1. It is about the donations the presidential canidates get from major businesses becoming more public.

2.A stunning $10 million (so far) from Las Vegas casino magnate Sheldon Adelson and his wife helped keep Newt Gingrich's candidacy alive so he could win the South Carolina primary. At least 10 donors gave at least $1 million apiece to Mitt Romney, which helped him buy enough negative ads to squash Gingrich in the Florida primary and keep his own bid alive. Rick Santorum got two $1 million contributions from deep-pocketed supporters, and Ron Paul received $2.6 million from the founder of PayPal. Each candidate effectively has a millionaires' board of directors.

3. The writer believes the major donations should be more public so the voters know about them.

4."The best short-term answer is to provide voters with faster, more prominent information about who's giving what to whom."

6. That they have a strong opinion when it comes to money and the canidates but he voices it in a classy way.

7.I think this article was directed at voters to be more aware of who they are voting for.

8.I think he does because his article has a nice balance of opinion and acts to back up his opinion.

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