Capital Journal article on Supreme Court oral arguments

Here’s another account. We found particularly troubling the assertions by the State that the Court shouldn’t be involved in determining adequate school funding at all but citizens have recourse by voting every two to four years to oust legislators who don’t fund schools as voters might want. Unfortunately we have found that it is often hard to tell who is voting which way and that many legislators are pretty good at putting pro-education on their campaign postcards and websites while hiding their true positions. We also believe that “suitable provision” for the finance of the public education is in the Constitution to protect that essential function of State from being de-prioritized even if the “majority” is willing to do so.

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