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Lawmakers give thanks for passage of sale tax extension, call for ‘new’ Prop 301

Our goal is to ensure Arizona’s vibrant school choices are funded equally and our teachers adequately compensated. We call for the formation of a Prop 301 task force to design and build the new Prop 301. We can’t get this done without all parties at the table. The Prop 301 extension starts that conversation. We hope you will join us.

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