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Mesnard amendment to SB1156 would violate the intent of Prop. 301 and Prop. 123


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  • Brooke Razo/Arizona School Boards Association

Chris Kotterman, Left, Director Of Governmental Relations For Arizona School Boards Association, And Chris Thomas, Right, General Counsel And Associate Executive Director Of Arizona School Boards Association, Discuss The Impact Of An Amendment Proposed And Later Withdrawn By Speaker Of The House J.D. Mesnard In The Last Days Of The Legislative Session. Photo By Brooke Razo/Arizona School Boards Association

Arizona Speaker of the House J.D. Mesnard proposed and later withdrew an amendment to Senate Bill 1156 in the final days of the legislative session that would require at least 50 percent of inflation monies to be used by local education agencies to increase teacher salaries. Education advocates said the amendment would violate Prop. 301 and the intent of the settlement agreement in Prop. 123.

Video by Brooke Razo/ASBA: Mesnard amendment to SB1156 would violate the intent of Prop. 301 and Prop. 123

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