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Simple facts about public school funding, not rhetoric or fake news

In Arizona, we face societal and economic challenges that must be addressed. Scapegoating education funding reinforces the status quo and doesn’t move us forward as a state. If we desire safe communities and a strong economy, we will need to cease the numbers game and senseless rhetoric, and focus all our efforts on ensuring a prosperous Arizona by investing in our children.

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