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Believing Arizona legislators have forsaken education, residents found success in placing a measure on the Nov. 6 general election ballot designed to address what they believe is inadequate school funding.Proposition 204 would renew the 2010 1-cent property tax, scheduled to expire next year, and provide protections against reducing education funding in the future. The additional revenue generated by the tax would fund educational programs in addition to public transportation infrastructure projects and human services. Other measure provisions include forbidding reduction to existing K-12 and university funding levels, and prohibiting reductions to the current state sales tax base.
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