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Wisconsin schools turn more often to voters for money

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MILWAUKEE — A growing number of Wisconsin school districts are asking to raise taxes to cover salaries, utilities and other basic costs, and voters are approving their requests at record rates. Some Republican lawmakers believe the referenda have given local residents greater control over spending, but education officials and many Democrats say the system has made schools less equitable at the...

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