Schuette: Schools with Indian nicknames can't lose state aid

WSYMPublished: July 7, 2017
Published: July 7, 2017

Attorney General Bill Schuette says the Michigan school superintendent doesn't have authority to cut off tax dollars to districts with American Indian mascots or logos. Schuette says state law lists specific grounds for a superintendent to stop state aid to a school district, but having an Indian mascot isn't among them.

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