State's budget discussions mean schools still have questions

Chuck Kajer, Managing Editor

On more than one occasion I've used my column or this editorial page to call legislators to task for lack of progress in budget negotiations and an inability to work together to get a budget passed.

It is the single-most important thing that the state government must do each session, yet every two years, it seems no one makes any movement until the very last minute. This has resulted in several special legislative sessions, which cost taxpayers more money.

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