Jim Howell 
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Re: “Ducey 'Next Step' Watch: Day 89. "No More Reading Tea Leaves" Edition

I also disagreed with you David on the yes vote. I voted no hoping that the State Treasurer or the Legislature might take it up again. I did not agree with the ransom of already voted upon funds. Nor did I trust the constitutional changes and spending caps that were slid into the deal.

However now that it passed and we have an election coming up in which all of the state legislature seats are up for grabs, I would urge fellow voters and citizens to replace ALL of those who helped put Prop 123 on the ballot. Even if they currently claim to stand on the side of education, they helped craft or support that funding limit nightmare in some way.

I agree that Ducey has painted a clear picture in his statement about waiting for results and outcomes. I feel you are correct that no more funds will be given. Either the positive results will be "enough" and a job well done or negative results will be read as "funding makes no postive impact". Therefore either way he can craft an argument for stiffling funding to public education.

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Posted by Jim Howell on 08/17/2016 at 10:59 AM

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