Rankin County, Miss., schools Superintendent Lynn Weathersby said he intended to be informative when he praised school board incumbents in an eMail message to district parents about the Nov. 4 election. But according to the state auditor's office, the message--sent Oct. 6 from a school district eMail account and, possibly, from a district computer--was illegal, reports the Clarion Ledger. With no loss of taxpayers' funds, there might be no penalties against the district. In the meantime, some Rankin County candidates and voters question whether Weathersby acted ethically. The situation has raised additional ethical questions because the board determines Weathersby's salary....

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