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When lawmakers return from their three-week break on Monday, they’ll have exactly two months to develop a new school finance formula. In early March, the Kansas Supreme Court issued a unanimous ruling that state education funding is inadequate and ordered the Legislature to enact changes by June 30. These changes will likely include an infusion of hundreds of millions of dollars at a time when the state already faces a projected $900 million shortfall over the next two years.

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