"Armed Forces Recruiter Access to Students" section of the "No Child" law.

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    I had to register for the 'draft' from within my school back in 1982. Good thing I wasn't drafted, huh?
     
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    Besides, this is about recruitment, not the draft.

    " The school notice will inform you of this, and offer you a Do Not Call option whereby your child's name can be withheld from the list. If you do nothing, the recruiters may call day or night, and say what they will about the opportunities awaiting your child in the armed forces."
     
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    Iknow, I know. I didn't register that way, I got a letter in the mail threatening jail if I did not register immediately.

    The point here is the forced information collection in a formal institutional type way.

    Without trying to wear on your patience, I don't know of any Constitutional basis for it, and since we have the other potential issue, no matter how remote, it must be thought about in a suspect manner if we want to remain aware of where the power lies: the people, or government.
     
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    (sigh).... - 1 for New Guy :)
     
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    For my understanding, is my score modifier (+1) or (-1). I can't tell if the minus was the beginning of the statement or math symbol.

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    I don't see the problem with it. The government collects information on people all the time. They don't need a constitutional reason for doing so.
     
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