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Topic - Brian Ray
The Mississippi Public Service Commission has named Katherine Collier as its executive secretary.
At 17, home-schooler Tyler Fehrman was the youngest paid member of the John McCain presidential campaign. In the last five years, he's worked on 18 political campaigns in five states. Now, at 18, he is running for an at-large seat on the Mount Vernon, Ohio, City Council.
He also noted that although home-schoolers' beliefs are important to them, those beliefs are not necessarily uniform -- home-schoolers could not be characterized as liberal or conservative.
Mr. Ray pointed out that many states still outlawed home education at the birth of the modern home-school movement in the 1980s.