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October 8, 2013 11:38 AM

Justices argue Kansas school funding is a 'broken promise,' and lawmakers warn of 'suicide pact'

Several Kansas Supreme Court justices said Tuesday that the state has broken its funding promises to public schools, and an attorney for aggrieved school districts blamed massive personal income tax cuts approved by legislators over the past two years.

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