Arizona governor proposes more K-12 spending in $10B budget

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Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey is proposing a $10.1 billion budget — the largest in state history. The budget is a $300 million increase from the current budget, according to the Associated Press. Ducey, a Republican and former CEO of Cold Stone Creamery, is touting increases in K-12 education spending. “My budget continues to focus on K-12 education with 80 percent of new investments dedicated to Arizona’s public schools,” Ducey said. “We take clear steps to roll back recession-era cuts to...

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