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ALBANY, N.Y. — The New York Court of Appeals upheld a ruling against a teacher at a charter school who claimed he was “coerced into making payments from his wages” that were funneled to a Turkish religious leader. The court ruled the state’s wage kickback law does not contain a private right of action.

Read the opinion here.

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