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(Olympia, WA)  --  Legislation that would make major changes in how Washington state raises taxes and pays for public schools is advancing to the House.  The Senate narrowly passed the bills, which would mean reduced property taxes for some residents and increases for others.  Governor Jay Inslee says the Republican plan is "flat wrong," while Republicans say it provides fairer and more transparent funding.  Supporters say it focuses more on students who have special needs, are homeless, or who have to overcome language issues.

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