Iowa “academic freedom” bill dies with a whimper

For those of you following our “academic freedom” bill saga here in Iowa, you’ll be pleased to know that today was the last day for the bill to make it out of subcommittee, which it appears it hasn’t. Hector Avalos has an overview of the history of the bill, our response, and the results at The Panda’s Thumb.

7 Replies to “Iowa “academic freedom” bill dies with a whimper”

  1. Tara – Thanks for helping organize the DI / Luskin / ID opposition, and congratulations for making Casey cry and stamp his feet.

  2. Outstanding! Thanks for helping to expose and destroy this latest academic fraud bill to fall.

    Meanwhile, the New Mexico bill has about one week left before it meets the same ignominious fate. Let’s keep it up!

  3. I didn’t even realize until today that New Mexico had one on up this legislative session. Sigh… Hopefully we’ll kill it in committee. Just when I thought we were finally a blue state.

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