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Lawsuit potential? Check.

At the center of the budget fight at the Capitol is a proposal to prohibit K-12 districts from converting more schools into charters. Some lawmakers see this as “double dipping,” since the districts are accessing both the property tax base afforded to school districts, while receiving roughly $1,000 more per pupil in state aid for the students at the charter schools.

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