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Increasing school funding angers county workers, residents

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Montgomery County workers and residents are angry that many county agencies' budgets will be cut next fiscal year as the public schools' funding increases. The county is facing a $71 million budget shortfall as revenues continue to drop. But Montgomery County Public Schools is expected to receive an extra $30 million under a state law that requires per-pupil spending to increase each year as...

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