The West Virginia Education Association has sent Attorney General Patrick Morrisey of a letter of their Intent to Sue the state over the recent passage of HB 206.
In their Intent to Sue notice, The WVEA listed what they believe are a number of constitutional violations. Those include:
- The ‘single object’ provision of bills
- The ‘thorough and efficient’ public education requirement
- The establishing of new boards to govern charter schools
- The lack of voter approval for a number of things associated with charter schools
- The ‘void of vagueness’ doctrine.
WVEA says their legal team is still exploring other constitutional violations to include in the lawsuit.