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Fuzzy math

The Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol presented a giant fake check to school officials on Wednesday at the Capitol, claiming that taxes from recreational marijuana sales would generate more than $40 million a year in revenue for education. “Our schools are in serious need of funding, and taxing marijuana would create a significant new revenue stream,” said Quezada, who serves on the governing board of Pendergrast Elementary School District.

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Policy over pizza

Policy over pizza

The funding of Arizona’s schools in a way that commits to equity and excellence is one of the most important policy conversations taking place today. Largely due to education reforms Arizona has seen over the last 20 years, we now have some of the best public schools in the country.

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Let’s not go there

The Arizona Business and Education Coalition has some questions about Ducey’s land trust reform plan, and has some suggestions about how to improve it. ABEC CEO and President Dick Foreman said the organization is glad Ducey is addressing school funding, but hopes to work with lawmakers and Ducey to come up with a way to ensure the new funding is a steady, ongoing stream, and won’t drop off after the 10 years that Ducey’s plan outlines.

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