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Back to Arizonans Against Proposed Education Budget Cuts

The State argues to the Courts: "You can't make us pay."

The Arizona Supreme Court has determined that the state has failed to adequately fund education under Proposition 301. How much will the state owe? The implications of the decision by Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Katherine Cooper are enormous. It is one of the most important legal decisions in the history of Arizona public education. How your state funds school districts is determined by the public officials and policy makers voters elect. Do your research and VOTE in the state primary on August 26, or choose to vote by mail-in ballot. Independents can vote by stating a party preference in the open primary. Every eligible voter should vote in the August 26 to make a difference for the classrooms for our youngest Arizona residents.

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