A school district’s move to pay for at-home sleep apnea studies for at-risk bus drivers seemed like a victory for everyone, reports the Ocala StarBanner, but the International Union of Allied Painters and Trades has promised a fight.

Jane Roach, IUPAT’s local business agent, said the union will file a grievance against the district because too many drivers are being unnecessarily sent for sleep apnea studies. Roach claims the district is paying $150 for a one-night, at-home sleep study that is unreliable. Instead, she said, the district should fork out about $3,000 or more for an overnight sleep study at a clinic for each at-risk driver.