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Labor Relations Radio, E124—Nicole Solas, A Stay-At-Home Mom Sued By The Teachers' Union For Asking Questions
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Labor Relations Radio, E124—Nicole Solas, A Stay-At-Home Mom Sued By The Teachers' Union For Asking Questions

Parents having the audacity to ask what their kids are being taught is, apparently, a bad thing.
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When Nicole Solas, a stay-at-home mom, was enrolling her child into kindergarten, she asked a few too many questions about what was going to be taught to her child.

The lack of answers, ultimately, led to public-records requests, which then turned into a lawsuit by the teachers’ union.

In this episode of Labor Relations Radio, Ms. Solas joins host Peter List to discuss what led to the lawsuit against her, and the three-year saga that she has endured.

In addition to being a stay-at-home mon, Ms. Solas is a non-practicing attorney and Senior Fellow at the Independent Women’s Forum. She has also appeared as a parent advocate on The Ingraham Angle, Tucker Carlson Tonight, Newsmax National Report, and National Review. Her favorite appearance was on the cover of the New York Post as a featured “domestic terrorist.” She is the 2021 winner of the Goldwater Institute Freedom Award for battling education bureaucrats.  

For all prior episodes of Labor Relations Radio, go here.


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