About a year ago, Connecticut commissioned a study to determine how much No Child Left Behind was costing the state. After finding out that the cost was $41 million, they decided to sue. Similarly, Virginia commissioned a study of NCLB costs. The results are due in the next few days. If Virginia finds out that they are in the substantially in the red due to NCLB, the simmering revolt against overtesting in that state could explode, leading to yet another lawsuit.
Obviously, Virginia is a far more important state politically than Connecticut. It's big and very important to Republicans (two things Connecticut decidedly is not). This is one to watch.
The article that brought it to my attention is here
Update: The gubernatorial candidates of Virginia weigh in on NCLB
. Check out Independent candidate Russ Potts' answer.