MONTGOMERY, AL (WAFF) - The Alabama Supreme Court handed down a 222 page ruling Monday concerning the Alabama Accountability Act.
The ruling is in connection with a lawsuit filed challenging the act that allows parents to apply for scholarships to private schools if they are in a failing school district.
The ruling states that the passage of the accountability act did not violate the state constitution or any other state laws.
The Supreme Court has sent the case back to the trial court.
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