Suits over charter jurisdiction threaten Colorado agency

07/5/2006 | Denver Rocky Mountain News

Several suits advancing through the state court system challenge the 2-year-old Colorado Charter School Institute's ability to grant school charters on the grounds the agency circumvents local district authority. The House sponsor of a bill that created the institute contends the agency is legal because it's funded by the state, not local property taxes.

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