School board member’s anti-voucher meeting teeters on the edge of the law

A Rutherford County School Board member might be breaking state law if he goes through with a meeting scheduled for Wednesday at Blackman High School to warn teachers about legislation supporting school vouchers.

State law forbids board Chairman Wayne Blair from holding political activities on school property, said Susan Kaestner, president of the Tennessee Forum, a nonprofit that identifies itself as an independent political organization focusing on government ethics.

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