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School Districts Shying Away From Tax Hike Elections

Texas school districts saw their budgets slashed dramatically this year, leaving many to try to raise taxes through elections. But as Nathan Bernier of KUT News reports, only about a dozen of the state's 1,000-plus districts are considering the tax option.

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Texas school districts saw their budgets slashed dramatically this year, leaving many to try to raise taxes through elections. But as Nathan Bernier of KUT News reports, only about a dozen of the state's 1,000-plus districts are considering the tax option.

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