Pine Trees v. Classrooms

A federal judge has ruled that Alabama’s long-challenged property tax structure might inherently widen the gap between the state’s haves and have-nots, but he rejected plaintiffs’ claims that its application is either unconstitutional or racially discriminatory. “Ultimately, this court must confront the fact that trial court judges cannot write opinions on clean sheets of paper.…

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