Members of the statewide teachers union descend on the Capitol Campus Tuesday, May 23 to rally for increased school funding as the Legislature finishes its first special session of 2017. Union members are urging lawmakers to reject the budget proposal from the Republican Senate majority. A new radio ad from the union makes some dubious claims about how the Republican proposal would hurt the state’s public schools.
Members of the statewide teachers union descend on the Capitol Campus Tuesday, May 23 to rally for increased school funding as the Legislature finishes its first special session of 2017. Union members are urging lawmakers to reject the budget proposal from the Republican Senate majority. A new radio ad from the union makes some dubious claims about how the Republican proposal would hurt the state’s public schools. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com
Members of the statewide teachers union descend on the Capitol Campus Tuesday, May 23 to rally for increased school funding as the Legislature finishes its first special session of 2017. Union members are urging lawmakers to reject the budget proposal from the Republican Senate majority. A new radio ad from the union makes some dubious claims about how the Republican proposal would hurt the state’s public schools. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com

Ad says Republican plan would hurt schools. We fact-check the claims

May 27, 2017 07:00 AM

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