Klayman: Friedrich a Trump Appointee Is Another Compromised Republican Establishment Federal Judge
By Michael Stratford
September 5, 2020
A federal judge on Friday ruled that Education Secretary Betsy DeVos' effort to boost the amount of emergency pandemic relief that flows to private school students is illegal and struck down the policy.
U.S. District Judge Dabney Friedrich, an appointee of President Donald Trump, ruled that DeVos ran afoul of the CARES Act when she required public schools to send a greater share of pandemic assistance to private school students than is typically required under federal law.
The judge sided with the NAACP, which had brought the legal challenge against DeVos' policy, criticizing it as a ploy to divert emergency aid away from needy public schools toward more affluent private-school students.
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