Green says, "The federal government has not one iota of power concerning the free expression of religious or philosophical sentiments in any school or academy, regardless of the source of its funding (unless it is a school on a military base or on some other fed"
Green says, "The federal government has almost no authority over the educational process, and it has no legitimate jurisdiction over what the schools in the States may or may not do, except as regards any monies lent to the States, an"
Status: Cloture Motion Rejected Y)55; N)39; NV)6
Green says, "Abolish the income tax."
Status: Conf Rpt Agreed to Y)59; N)36; NV)5
Green says, "Again, the federal government has almost no constitutional jurisdiction over ba"
Status: Cloture Motion Rejected Y)58; N)41; NV)1
Green says, "Goals 2000 is an unconstitutional intrusion on the res"
Status: Bill Passed Y)71; N)25; NV)4
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