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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Fourth Amendment says Obama is not at liberty to collect metadata
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Danielle Grijalva
An organization suspended from bringing foreign exchange students to the U.S. was hounded in recent years by allegations of mismanagement, with complaints ranging from sexual abuse by host fathers to urging a host family to lie about company mistakes, an Associated Press review shows.
Another problem for PIE has been accepting more students into the program than there are host families available at the time, Grijalva said.
"They're getting greedy. They're getting sloppy. And there's no room for greed or sloppiness when you're dealing with children," said Danielle Grijalva, director of the nonprofit Committee for Safety of Foreign Exchange Students.