A crowd turned out in June to learn more about the Gilbert Unified School District budget. (File photo)
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NO ON PROPOSITION 204.-Funding for schools needs to be increased but we must not tie the legislature's hands by creating more funding propositions that will create problems long-term for our government. It's up to the legislature and governor to do their jobs correctly and NOT thru propositional school-financing. If a legislator is not doing his/her job, then vote these folks out and let's put people willing to do the job of the people. I'll vote for the overrides and bonds because they're temporary and they're forced to come back to the people EACH TIME for another vote; but Proposition 204 is a one time vote that does not expire (i.e., it's permanent) and hence forces the legislature's hand each time they have to realize a budget. This is not the way to do things.
Whats the difference between High Speed Universities and “Brick and Mortar?” Online pays for the education. It does not pay for athletic programs or programs that are not beneficial to all. There is no socio-economic or social cast systems.
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