Aug 14, 2015

Supreme Court fines state $100,000 a day over school funding | The Seattle Times

The state’s highest court Thursday delivered a unanimous order sanctioning the state for failing to come up with a plan to fully fund K-12 education per the court’s 2012 McCleary decision. Lawmakers and the governor are meeting Monday to begin work on it.

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