A class action was filed last week contending that public school districts in Georgia have improperly used taxpayers’ money to finance a campaign against Amendment One on the Nov. 6 ballot, according to Courthouse News. The constitutional amendment, if passed, would allow the state to create an agency that would authorize charter schools.

“The class claims the districts are violating Georgia law, which prohibits government agencies from spending public money on electoral advocacy,” the online newspaper said.

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