Arizona House Democrats get a crash course in a G-O-P plan to fund education Tuesday from a legislative budget analyst. And caucus members are mostly uneasy about what could happen if the proposal gets approved in a special session.
The plan aims to settle the education funding lawsuit by providing an annual base level of 36-hundred dollars to cover inflation. By comparison, the current base line is 34-hundred dollars. But starting in 2026, payments can be suspended when “K”-through 12 funding reaches 49-percent.