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Lawyer says Congressional blessing of Prop 123 not retroactive

The attorney for the man who sued to overturn Proposition 123 said Tuesday he's not buying the argument by Gov. Doug Ducey that last week's congressional action makes the withdrawal of more than $344 million from the state education trust retroactively legal.

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