Simitian says schools can't breathe easy yet
Original post made on May 18, 2008
The proposal to sell bonds to borrow against future revenue from the state lottery to help erase this year's $17 billion state budget deficit may spare local school districts from large budget cuts, Sen. Simitian told local school officials and parents Saturday.
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