The Kansas Supreme Court on Wednesday heard arguments in part of the Gannon v. Kansas school finance lawsuit. Four school districts, including Kansas City, Kan., filed suit, contending that schools are underfunded by the state. Representing those four districts was attorney Alan Rupe (left). The case was heard in Topeka.
The Kansas Supreme Court on Wednesday heard arguments in part of the Gannon v. Kansas school finance lawsuit. Four school districts, including Kansas City, Kan., filed suit, contending that schools are underfunded by the state. Representing those four districts was attorney Alan Rupe (left). The case was heard in Topeka. Charlie Riedel AP
The Kansas Supreme Court on Wednesday heard arguments in part of the Gannon v. Kansas school finance lawsuit. Four school districts, including Kansas City, Kan., filed suit, contending that schools are underfunded by the state. Representing those four districts was attorney Alan Rupe (left). The case was heard in Topeka. Charlie Riedel AP

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