Texas Supreme Court Agrees To Hear School Finance Case - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

2/18/05

Texas Supreme Court Agrees To Hear School Finance Case

The Texas Supreme Court, on Friday, agreed to hear the dispute over how the state pays for public schools.

Last September, a state district judge ruled that the $30 billion "share the wealth" system is unconstitutional. The state appealed directly to the Texas Supreme Court. Friday's decision should mean a faster resolution to the issue.

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