Pa. Suit Aims To Ax Public Pay For City School Union Boss

Law360, Philadelphia (February 24, 2016, 3:24 PM EST) -- The union representing Allentown, Pennsylvania, public school teachers was slapped with a lawsuit Wednesday that seeks to end the practice of using public funds to pay salary and benefits of individuals working full-time for unions outside the classroom.

The suit, filed in the state's Commonwealth Court on behalf of former school board member Scott Armstrong and city resident Steven Ramos, challenges the $1.3 million in district funds they say have been used to pay the salary and benefits of Allentown Education Association presidents since 2000....
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