Clint Independent School District trustees, presented with an easy opportunity to expand representative democracy, punted. They had no good explanation for failing to make an easy decision, just mutterings about needing more time to study...."The El Paso Interreligious Sponsoring Organization has been the leader in the movement to reform Clint ISD's voting patterns.
'I think it's an exercise of great arrogance, and it demonstrates a lack of respect of representative government,' said the Rev. Ed Roden-Lucero, EPISO's co-chair....
Roden-Lucero is absolutely correct.
Trustees Stall: Clint Just Protecting Power, El Paso Times