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Showdown in Florida over K-12 budget could trigger veto

Florida's governor may tank the state's K-12 budget provisions that increase spending by just $24 per student next year.

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Florida's governor may tank the state's K-12 budget provisions that increase spending by just $24 per student next year. The last time a veto of that size happened to the state's education spending was in 1983. Gov. Rick Scott faces deep-seeded antagonism from fellow Republicans in the statehouse and a strengthening Democratic opposition, supported by teachers’ unions and school districts. (Miami Herald)

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