Wednesday, October 10, 2007

N.Y.C. must pay executive's private school tuition

Supreme Court justices voted 4-4 on the Individuals With Disabilities Act case involving former Viacom executive Tom Freston. The tie vote -- with Justice Anthony Kennedy abstaining -- means that the lower court ruling stands, and New York City schools must pay the private school tuition of Freston's son even though he has never attended public school. Houston Chronicle/Associated Press

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