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Originally posted April 6, 2012
It appears the Oklahoma Supreme Court will be needed to end the battle over school vouchers for handicapped students.
A Tulsa judge has ruled they're unconstitutional, but it's not over.
We talked over that issue with the Superintendent of the Union Public Schools and she tells us the public schools will prevail.
School vouchers will be defeated - April 6, 2012
Judge rules in favor of schools in lawsuit - March 28, 2012
Voucher law ruled unconstitutional - March 28, 2012
School voucher law ruled unconstitutional - March 28, 2012
District judge strikes down voucher law - March 27, 2012
District judge rules against school voucher law - March 27, 2012
Rural superintendent against school voucher - December 19, 2011
Parents claim vouchers are helping their kids - November 6, 2011
School voucher critics cite lack of credibility - November 6, 2011
Public funds used to send special-needs kids to private schools - October 23, 2011
Voucher law under scrutiny - October 23, 2011
Special-needs vouchers to top $700,000 - October 18, 2011
Union, Jenks repond to state criticism - September 29, 2011
Schools argue lawsuit claims 'untrue' - May 3, 2011
Parents of special needs students sue 4 districts - April 29, 2011
School daze - April 29, 2011
School boards to sue Attorney General - January 25, 2011
Union votes not comply with new law - October 12, 2010
Kirby Lehman (left), superintendent of Jenks Public Schools, watches as Cathy Burden, superintendent of Union Public Schools. speaks about HB 3393 at a press conference on January 24, 2011; to her left is Jarod Mendenhall, superintendent of Broken Arrow Public Schools; and Donna Campo, superintendent of Liberty Public Schools.