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(KTVI) - A lawsuit is struck down that would have forced St. Louis City public schools to pay for their students to attend the Clayton School District. The decision does not address the "student transfer law" but points out that it's financially impossible to comply with that law. To force city schools to pay for something it can't fund, violates Missouri's Hancock Amendment.
Chris Tennil with the Clayton School District gives his reaction.