(The Tennessean) Attorney General Bob Cooper says he has constitutional concerns over a Tennessee law limiting the percentage of foreign workers at charter schools.
The legal opinion released Friday was requested by Gov. Bill Haslam, who allowed the measure to become law without his signature in May.
Under the law, a chartering authority can reject or revoke a school’s application if more than 3.5 percent of the teachers and staff are foreigners in the H1B or J-1 visa programs.
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