Friday, December 30, 2005


Dover Board to Vote on ID Policy

Christina Kauffman reports in the York Dispatch that the newly elected Dover Area School Board is expected to vote Jan. 3 to rescind the intelligent design policy enacted by board members who lost their seats in the November election.

Judge John Jones III ruled the policy unconstitutional earlier this month.

In other Dover news, a re-vote has been ordered by a Court of Common Pleas Judge between candidates James Cashman, a board member who voted for the intelligent design policy, and Bryan Rehm, a physics teacher, plaintiff in the Kitzmiller case, and member of the pro-science Dover CARES slate, because of a faulty voting machine.


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