Stephanie McCleary, right, and her son, Carter McCleary, 17, talk to reporters Sept. 7 in Olympia after a Washington State Supreme Court hearing on the ongoing battle surrounding the state’s constitutional requirement to properly fund basic education. Stephanie McCleary is one of the plaintiffs in the case. A task force of lawmakers received data Tuesday that they say will help them come up with a plan to solve remaining shortfalls outlined in the lawsuit.
Stephanie McCleary, right, and her son, Carter McCleary, 17, talk to reporters Sept. 7 in Olympia after a Washington State Supreme Court hearing on the ongoing battle surrounding the state’s constitutional requirement to properly fund basic education. Stephanie McCleary is one of the plaintiffs in the case. A task force of lawmakers received data Tuesday that they say will help them come up with a plan to solve remaining shortfalls outlined in the lawsuit. Ted S. Warren The Associated Press file
Stephanie McCleary, right, and her son, Carter McCleary, 17, talk to reporters Sept. 7 in Olympia after a Washington State Supreme Court hearing on the ongoing battle surrounding the state’s constitutional requirement to properly fund basic education. Stephanie McCleary is one of the plaintiffs in the case. A task force of lawmakers received data Tuesday that they say will help them come up with a plan to solve remaining shortfalls outlined in the lawsuit. Ted S. Warren The Associated Press file

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