Attorneys File Motion to Prevent Enforcement of AAA Ruling

Photo: MGN Online

Photo: MGN Online

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WHNT) – Attorneys for the state of Alabama filed a motion to stay an order that blocked the Alabama Accountability Act Wednesday.

The attorneys state they believe the “Court’s order was wrong.”  They want the court to prevent the order from taking effect during the appeal process.

Montgomery County Circuit Judge Gene Reese on Wednesday ruled the school choice law unconstitutional and issued an injunction that would keep families from taking advantage of the tax credits and scholarships offered under the law after this year.

The attorneys claim the injunction will cause “irreparable injury” if a stay is not granted.  The motion goes on to mention several parents who have received the tax credits allowed under the law and say their children are thriving.

If a stay is granted the Accountability Act can continue, along with its tax credit provision, while an appeal is pending.

To read the motion in its entirety click here.

 

4 comments

  • Nuclear Mike

    Between AAA & Common Core the Feds are trying to destroy Home Schooling and private Church Schools in the Red State!

    • Susan B.

      They preach diversity, legislate conformity and punish individuality. A perfect trifecta of slavery.

  • tim

    So now a Judge decides its unconstitutional to remove your child from a failing school and put them in a better school ! I think the judge is ” out of order ” The judge should be Removed from office in my opinion. Democrats are in opposition because of money ! Just follow the money trail and you will find a greedy democrat….. Put down the koolaid people !!! think if it was your child in a failing school ? You would want what’s best for them. Right ?

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