Remember the flap last spring over Gov. Kathleen Sebelius’ rescinded invitation as graduation speaker at a prestigious Catholic school in Cincinnati? Joseph T. Devlin, the head of the school, had both invited the Ohio native to speak, then uninvited her after complaints about Sebelius’ pro-choice views and voting record. Well, Devlin has lost that job, after a three-year tenure that saw more trouble than just the Sebelius matter. Meanwhile, the popular governor appears likely to keep her own job for another four years.
Posted by Rhonda Holman
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