Last-minute deal sends Wyoming education cuts to governor
from U.S. News & World Report
A compromise reached in the final hours of the legislative session cleared the way for lawmakers to approve an education finance bill containing spending cuts but no taxes. Fixing an education funding shortfall on track to top $380 million a year was one of Gov. Matt Mead's top hopes for the eight-week session. The bill, which would launch a potentially years-long process of addressing the shortfall, now heads to his desk.
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