Wood County Schools Superintendent James Patrick Law said that similar lawsuits have cost school boards - taxpayers - about $30,000. Wood County is reviewing its options.
The ACLU should review its options, too.
Threatening lawsuits to force public schools to honor your agenda is easy money. Running schools that can empower girls - and boys - is much harder, and deserves respect.
As West Virginians sweltered in the aftermath of a windstorm that took them back to the Stone Age, some wondered: If everything has an equal and opposite reaction, what would the bookend to a derecho look like?
Well, AccuWeather predicts the southern Mid-Atlantic to southern New England could get big snows this winter.
A weak to moderate El Nino - the warm current that flows in the central to eastern Pacific along the Equator - could bring a strong southern branch of the jet stream.
That could link up with the northern branch and produce big winter along the I-95 corridor, including Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York.
Are we in the Mid-Atlantic?
Peggy Noonan of the Wall Street Journal reacted to a scurrilous campaign ad that implied that Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's policies contributed to a woman's death.
"The ad's cynicism contributes to a phenomenon that increases each year, and that is that we are becoming a nation that believes nothing," Noonan wrote.
"Not in nothing, but nothing we're told by anyone in supposed authority."
Maurice is editorial page editor of the Daily Mail. She may be reached at 348-4802 or ha...@dailymail.com.