Welcome to Monday, the 33rd anniversary of the Supreme Court’s Plyler v. Doe decision holding that the U.S. Constitution bars states from denying to undocumented school-age children the free public education the states provide to children who are U.S. citizens or legal immigrants.
Here are some new items to get your week started.
— Gun-permit applicants need a “good reason” in Washington, D.C.
— Videotape shows defense attorney was “ineffective” in rape case, judge rules.
— Fans who change seats at Texas ballparks can now take their beers with them.
— Law schools create firms to give new graduates on-the-job training.