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Michigan governor proposing increased K-12 spending

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LANSING, Mich. — Gov. Rick Snyder this week will propose spending roughly 3 percent more on K-12 public education next school year, a step he said would increase state-based funding of schools by more than $1 billion since he took office three years ago. The governor told the Associated Press that his planned school aid budget would include an average $100 increase in Michigan's per-pupil...

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