The Alabama Education Association continues to aggressively pursue litigation against the Public Education Employees (PEEHIP) Board of Control regarding the illegally-conducted meeting that produced the increase in out-of-pocket costs to AEA members that some are already experiencing and all will experience this month. The lawsuit, Remington v. Swindle, alleges that the Board violated the Open Meetings Act by conducting a private morning session of its April 27 meeting to debate the proposed increases before moving the meeting into the open in the afternoon session, at which time those increases were quickly adopted by a 7-6 vote. (more…)

Date: 10/20/16
Category: Announcements