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February 8, 2016 4:01 PM

Legislature stumbling over its own low K-12 bar

The 2016 session began with a goal of adopting a plan for a plan for full funding of K-12 schools

But a 2017 target for having the actual plan is in doubt despite a Supreme Court order

A Senate committee voted on party lines last month to set a 2018 date; the House favors 2017

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