Abbott says Texas can “revive” the SCOTUS case, which requires the state to educate all children.

Governor Greg Abbott challenges the 1982 U.S. Supreme Court’s decision requiring the state to provide free public education to all children, including undocumented immigrant children, on Wednesday. He said he would consider that.

“Texas has already sued the federal government for having to pay for its education program in a case called Prairer vs. Doe long ago,” Abbott said during his appearance. Joe Pugs Show, A conservative radio talk show. “And the Supreme Court has ruled against us on this issue … because the costs are extraordinary and the times are different than when Pillar vs. Doe was issued decades ago. I think we will revive the case and challenge this issue again. “

The remarks came a few days after the leaked draft of the upcoming U.S. Supreme Court opinion revealed: The majority of judges are ready to cancel the Roe v. Wade caseA groundbreaking case that establishes the right to abortion.

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The court has not yet officially announced the proceedings in this case, but civil rights advocates may be submissive to other attempts to overturn established cases with a conservative majority of courts. Raised concern. Includes LGBTQ rights and those related to interracial marriage..

Abbott asked if Pagliallo could take steps to reduce the “burden” of educating undocumented migrant children living in Texas, and then on education in a discussion on border security. He raised the possibility of disagreeing with the decision.

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“We’re talking about public tax dollars. Public property taxes fund these schools and are used to teach children aged 5, 6, 7, and 10 who don’t even have English correction skills. It will be done, “said Pagliallo. “This is a big burden on the community. What can we do about it?”

“The challenges posed to our public system are extraordinary,” Abbott replied. “Texas has already accused the federal government of having to pay for education programs long ago. Piller vs. Do.. And the Supreme Court ruled against us on the issue of denial. Or let Texas have to bear the burden. The costs are extraordinary and the times are different than when Pillar vs. Do was published decades ago, so I think we’ll revive the case and challenge this issue again. “

This article was originally published in Austin American-Statesman: Abbott: Texas could challenge the requirement to educate undocumented children