Justices recall landmark Ohio school funding case

03/19/2007 | Akron Beacon Journal (Ohio)

A decade after the Ohio Supreme Court ruled in 1997 that the state's school funding system unconstitutionally relied too much on property taxes, which created a disparity between wealthy and poor districts, even justices who voted against the ruling believe it has improved Ohio schools. The state took more than five years to comply, and one justice wanted to shut down state government until lawmakers took action.

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