School financing was listed as the number one item in the Arizona Capitol Times article “Top 10 things to watch in Arizona politics in 2015.”
“The Arizona Supreme Court already has ruled state lawmakers acted illegally beginning in 2010 when they ignored a 2000 voter-approved requirement to boost state aid to schools each year to account for inflation. That leaves only two things to be decided: how much they owe and can the legislature ignore the courts?”
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