Officials in Greenwich, Connecticut, say they are investigating whether police Capt. Mark Kordick's monitoring of anti-Common Core activist Arthur Wrotnowski violated department rules. Kordick sent an email with his signature as captain of detectives to the local school superintendent alerting him of a public forum Wrotnowski was holding. The superintendent didn't seem too interested. That didn't stop Kordick from following up with an emailed report on the meeting. Kordick admits Wrotnowski posed no threat to public safety. But he says his emails were just "community service."
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