The News-&-Observer put up a piece yesterday detailing the ruling of Judge Robert Hobgood on the school voucher case:
Superior Court Judge Robert Hobgood ruled on Thursday that a 2013 law to use public money for tuition at private and religious schools violates the North Carolina constitution.
Then later in the article, this response from NC Attorney General Roy Cooper:
N.C. Attorney General Roy Cooper, a Democrat who has raised concerns about parts of the Republican legislative agenda, quickly announced plans for his office to appeal, according to Noelle Talley, his spokeswoman.
“Our attorneys believe that this is a constitutional issue that must be decided by the appellate courts,” Talley said in a statement shortly after the ruling.
The full article is HERE.