Alabama Accountability Act coalition members guest host Choice Media TV’s Story of the Day

Jan 16, 2019

Check out some of the Alabama Coalition for Educational Freedom members guest hosting Choice Media TV‘s Story of the Day, including API Senior Fellow Rachel Blackmon Bryars:   View this post on Instagram   “Family Files Lawsuit, Claims Son Criminally Charged for School Fight Was Just Defending Himself against Bullies” – @RBryars from @AlabamaPolicy has […]

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