Last week, a vote on the bill in committee, which was proposed by Ronit Tirosh (MK, Kadima party) was postponed, due to opposition by other MK’s and the Israeli Ministry of Agriculture. Tirosh was named a Person of the Year in Education in 2000 in Israel and was tagged by Forbes as one of the 50 Strongest Women. That and a few shekels can get you a falafel, but not the passage of a bill. In the interim we can focus on bigger issues, like who will pay to replace Tiger Woods’ fire hydrant.
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