The Kansas Legislature’s funding of schools remains constitutionally inequitable, according to a recent ruling from the Kansas Supreme Court. Legislators face a June 30 deadline to fix the problem.
The Kansas Legislature’s funding of schools remains constitutionally inequitable, according to a recent ruling from the Kansas Supreme Court. Legislators face a June 30 deadline to fix the problem. File photo
The Kansas Legislature’s funding of schools remains constitutionally inequitable, according to a recent ruling from the Kansas Supreme Court. Legislators face a June 30 deadline to fix the problem. File photo

Obscure law emerges as a possible tactic in Kansas schools fight

June 03, 2016 01:13 PM

UPDATED June 03, 2016 06:02 PM

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