Kansas Education Cuts Unconstitutional, Court Rules

A panel of state judges ruled that funding of Kansas schools doesn’t pass constitutional muster, suggesting a price tag that could approach $500 million more for the state.
January 15, 2013
 

A panel of state judges ruled that funding of Kansas schools doesn’t pass constitutional muster, suggesting a price tag that could approach $500 million more for the state.

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