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Washington Supreme Court rules on education funding

The Washington Supreme Court issued a new order last week continuing the $100,000 per-day contempt sanctions it issued against the state in 2015 over its failure to adequately fund public schools.

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The Washington Supreme Court issued a new order last week continuing the $100,000 per-day contempt sanctions it issued against the state in 2015 over its failure to adequately fund public schools. One of the main issues that has not yet been resolved is how to adequately pay school worker salaries, a responsibility currently held by local school districts. (Seattle Times)

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