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Opinion: Education Spending Up for Debate in Colorado

The Colorado Supreme Court ruled that the state Legislature did not intentionally violate a law requiring the state to annually increase money it allocates for per pupil spending and need-based money.

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The Colorado Supreme Court ruled that the state Legislature did not intentionally violate a law requiring the state to annually increase money it allocates for per pupil spending and need-based money. The new law mandated increased spending regardless of economy or budget limitations. However, a recent suit claimed that the Legislature has consistently violated the intent of the amendment. (The Colorado Statesman)

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