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Judge: Gary emergency manager did not violate Open Door Law

A Lake Superior Court judge said the Gary schools emergency manager did not violate the state’s Open Door Law by holding informal sessions with school board members to update them on school business. ... read more

Florida private schools get nearly $1 billion in state scholarships with little oversight, Sentinel finds

The education department has stopped some schools from taking scholarships when they violated state ... said it did not act earlier because it had nothing to “conclusively show” violations of state la... read more

N.D. Supreme Court reverses in warrantless entry case

It started in a garage and may go to the Supreme Court of the United States. After the North Dakota Supreme Court’s unanimous ruling Thursday that a Bismarck police officer did not violate her ... off... read more

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Why CPS is suing Illinois over school funding

Bruce Rauner repeatedly says he did not create this ... of Illinois—the state has violated this law. And nearly 400,000 schoolchildren in CPS suffer. Much ink (and many pixels) has been devoted to whe... read more

Federal judge rules Wyoming ban on robocalls unconstitutional

A federal judge in Wyoming has struck down a state law that bans the use ... to its user agreement and privacy policy. Monday’s ruling, one former campaign strategist told the Star-Tribune, could open ... read more

Gary schools emergency manager embroiled in Open Door Law dispute

A Gary ... state-appointed emergency manager held with individual Gary School Board members violated the Open Door Law. A lawsuit, filed Tuesday by Gary attorney Clorius Lay on behalf of Derrick A. Hi... read more

Tennessee Supreme Court Upholds Police Officers' Warrantless Entry Onto Residential Property, Despite "No Trespassing" Signs

One of the individuals at that residence informed the officers that he had given the pills to the defendant, who lived next door and who was in the ... the police officers’ warrantless entry did not v... read more

St. Louis charter school funds are missing

The Missouri education department did not step in to take back leftover funds, saying there was no policy dictating ... governor and then-state Sen. Peter Kinder and several pastors - vowed to open fo... read more

Judge rules feds must give asylum seekers chance at freedom

A federal judge ... policy grants asylum-seekers certain rights, and he said before the government can change that policy it must go through the usual process laid out in regulatory law. He also said ... read more

Former Columbine student wants firearms in schools for protection

House Bill 1198 has been assigned to the Democratic-controlled House State Affairs committee. It is not one of ... lead to less school shootings. The current law “barring law abiding permit holders fr... read more

Lawsuit could open door to online voter registration in Texas

The governor’s position on online voter registration remains unclear; his office did not return a request for comment ... Last year alone, federal judges ruled the state violated the voting rights of ... read more

Mother Of 15-Year-Old Killed By His Father Said McElrath Had Been Acting "Manic"

Judge Alex McVeigh bound a charge of criminal homicide against McElrath, a former jail officer, to the Grand Jury. He is charged in the death of Dylan McElrath, who was a sophomore at Hixson High Scho... read more

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