Education supporters demonstrated at the state Capitol in 2014, as the state Supreme Court was hearing the case that led to an order for the Legislature to fully fund schools. More recently, the court has held state in contempt over the Legislature’s failure to come up with a plan to do that by 2018.
Education supporters demonstrated at the state Capitol in 2014, as the state Supreme Court was hearing the case that led to an order for the Legislature to fully fund schools. More recently, the court has held state in contempt over the Legislature’s failure to come up with a plan to do that by 2018. Elaine Thompson AP
Education supporters demonstrated at the state Capitol in 2014, as the state Supreme Court was hearing the case that led to an order for the Legislature to fully fund schools. More recently, the court has held state in contempt over the Legislature’s failure to come up with a plan to do that by 2018. Elaine Thompson AP

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