“I would like to see them have to answer for why they allowed these schools to continue to take federal loans out when they were under investigation for the fraudulent activity they were doing,” said Dieffenbacher, 37.
“They told me to get back in the house and lock all my doors. … It was a little scary,” Limbocker said.
“There’s an inability to look to the past as a reliable predictor of the future on this,” said Robert Tuttle, a church-state expert at George Washington University School of Law. “If what you’re saying is that it can be certain it won’t be used — you can’t know that because this is now a different situation.”
“It certainly wasn’t my intent,” said Pence, who signed the law last week.
“Now there is unanimity among all health professions in the United States who represent anybody who might be asked to be involved in this process,” said association member Bill Fassett, who voted in favor of the policy.
“Their conduct is an affront to our values, damaging to our community and in clear violation of our community standards,” he wrote to students, faculty and staff on Monday.
“It has been good news for consumers, but not so good for vendors,” Chou said.
The defense admitted during opening statements that Tsarnaev participated in the bombings. But Tsarnaev’s lawyer said he was a troubled 19-year-old who had fallen under the influence of his radicalized brother, Tamerlan, 26.
“Are we able to compete, are we able to keep up?” he asked the division soldiers, some of whom are preparing to deploy to southern Afghanistan. He also announced for the first time that some of division soldiers will deploy to Iraq later this summer. About 1,250 will go.