New Jersey can’t use fiscal crisis as evidence for defense in school cuts

    New Jersey’s Supreme Court ruled today the state will not be allowed to use evidence of its financial crisis in its case to defend education cuts. It’s unclear now how the state will make its case.
    The Star-Ledger has the full story, including the judge’s denial of a request by the state for an extension to prepare its case.

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