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Texas Attorney General thinks school finance reform bill will make the grade

The Texas Attorney General says the Supreme Court should approve the new school finance plan.

Attorney General Abbott has good news for lawmakers, the school finance plan they passed should satisfy the Supreme Court’s school funding mandate.

Abbott says his office will present that argument to both the trial court and the Texas Supreme Court soon. He says that should mean the high court will not stop the flow of money to texas schools june first.

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