Horne continues to tell feds what they can do in Arizona

Horne said it cannot be left up to TUSD or its superintendent to represent the state’s interest in ensuring the new courses would not be in violation being that the district initially defended the classes and fought to retain them. Horne said his intervention is necessary to avoid the creation of a new program that would be in violation of the law that eliminated the Mexican American Studies courses to begin with – a law that Horne helped draft. “The state of Arizona has the limited right to appear and protect its interests against federal interference with its educational policy,” Horne wrote in his complaint.



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