Sep 242010
 
 September 24, 2010  Posted by  Laws, U.S., Youth & Schools

Bonnie Warshuk reports:

With a growing number of school boards advising parents not to give the state their children’s Social Security numbers, the law could be headed for repeal next year in Augusta, the Maine Civil Liberties Union said Thursday.

So far, school committees in 14 cities and towns have voted to recommend parents not give the state their children’s Social Security numbers, and/or passed resolutions recommending the law be repealed, said MCLU spokeswoman Brianna Twofoot. They are Auburn, Lewiston, Portland, Waterville, Sabattus, Brunswick, Bethel, Biddeford, Brewer, Kingfield, Winslow, Winthrop, Vassalboro and Bath.

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