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Arizona Senate may waive spending cap, avert school crisis (access required)

Arizona Senate President Karen Fann on Monday scheduled a vote to waive a constitutional cap on K-12 school spending that threatens to shut down public schools across the state.  The Republican said that she believes the votes are now there so she will put the measure up for a vote when the Senate convenes for its ...

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