Chris Heller, an attorney for the Paron patrons, said the Supreme Court’s decision was just a temporary setback.
Attorneys for Paron on Wednesday are expected to ask Moody to hold another injunction hearing, Heller said.
I'm glad they are going to keep fighting. They've brought the issue of rural schools to the Arkansas public. Hopefully this starts the trend of parents getting control of their schools back from the elitist Education Commission in Little Rock. Asa Hutchinson has already said that
he will require the state Department of Education to set reasonable standards for bus rides for students living in rural and Delta communities
Great job, you folks in Paron!