Crossposted from RestoreReason.com. My views line up with much of what AZBlueMeanie says, but can’t agree with him on Prop 123. I am intimately aware of the deal and think it is the best we can do at this point. Our schools need the money now, they can’t wait another 5+ years. Plus, once we get beyond this lawsuit, we can start talking about other funding issues. Providing the below infographic because it is obvious we have more “splaining”* to do. *For those of you who ever watched I Love Lucy.
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