Letters to the Editor

Says union funding swayed state court

The decision in League of Women Voters v. Washington State has pretty much done in charter schools in Washington. The state Supreme Court ruling showed it cares about appeasing the Washington Education Association, the union that contributed the maximum allowed to most of the justices who voted with the majority. I believe they do not care about the quality of education that the ruling will produce.

I believe our Supreme Court has shown its loyalties lie with the labor leaders who keep them in office rather than the Constitution they swore to uphold. I believe we have a corrupt monopoly system that badly serves our students. Again this time, I believe Washington state has the best court union money can buy.

Joan Dow

Bellingham

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