December 6, 2013
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - A Montgomery County judge has thrown out
a State Board of Education policy that would have banned Alabama
legislators from also working in the two-year college system.
Montgomery County Circuit Judge Johnny Hardwick ruled Friday
afternoon that the board's decision to ban the policy known as
"double dipping" violated a state law. That law requires state
agencies to hold public hearings on policy changes and to have
those changes approved by a legislative panel.
Under the board's policy, two-year college employees would have
been prohibited from serving in the Legislature after the 2010
Hardwick also threw out a board policy that would have forced
lawmakers to use vacation time to attend legislative meetings
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