Challenge heard to Oklahoma virtual charter school law

State Supreme Court referee hears arguments that the measure should be struck down because it violates a constitutional prohibition on placing multiple subjects into a single bill. An attorney for the state says the measure is legal because both fall under the same subject of education.

BY MICHAEL MCNUTT Published: December 5, 2012
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A measure that authorizes a statewide virtual charter school and $30 million for textbooks for public schools is legal because both fall under the same subject of education, a state attorney said Tuesday.

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