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Arizona Supreme Court allows education tax on wealthy to stand for now
Prop 208 may generate funds past expenditure limit, making it unconstitutional

In this 2018 file photo, teachers rally outside of Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey's Executive Tower in Phoenix on their third day of walkouts. The Arizona Supreme Court on Thursday, Aug. 19, 2021, ruled the income tax surcharge on the wealthy can remain, at least for the time being. But it may be legally impossible to actually get any of those dollars into the classroom, which was the intent of the sponsors of Proposition 208. (Matt York/AP, file)

In this 2018 file photo, teachers rally outside of Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey's Executive Tower in Phoenix on their third day of walkouts. The Arizona Supreme Court on Thursday, Aug. 19, 2021, ruled the income tax surcharge on the wealthy can remain, at least for the time being. But it may be legally impossible to actually get any of those dollars into the classroom, which was the intent of the sponsors of Proposition 208. (Matt York/AP, file)

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