In this whistleblower case, Franco, the suspended district employee, produced sufficient evidence of his good faith belief that the district's superintendent and trustees were authorized to regulate under or enforce the Asbestos Act and that his belief was reasonable in light of his training and experience. The trial court did not err in denying the district's plea to the jurisdiction. El Paso Court of Appeals, No. 08-12-00061-CV, 12-27-2012
Ysleta Independent School District v. Franco
Tex. App. Dist. 8
January 3, 2013
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