Three Democratic gov. candidates, three school funding proposals
MINNEAPOLIS -- Improving education demands more money, Minnesota's top three Democratic governor candidates say, a tough challenge when the next state budget could face a $6 billion deficit.
The three promote different ideas about school funding.
Margaret Anderson Kelliher backs a plan that would simplify the school funding formula and rely less on ever-increasing local property taxes by increasing state support.
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