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Where did the $18M number come from? That hasnt been reported in the press. Also, when formulating the question did you consider savings from delaying the new high school? Frankly, those two questions sound like a push-poll.

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To sum it up, independents are inclined to support conservative reform but have concerns about cost. Once again, independents lean toward being fiscally conservative and culturally conservative. And Democrats are standing for the failing status quo and protecting the spoiled wards of the government (unionized government employees). Democrats are the party of no. Republicans are the party of intelligent results-oriented reform.


LOL, It has been reported that delaying high school will cost $15 million more dollars. Every piece of research indicates the most cost effecient way of educating our children is maintaining economic balance in schools. High Poverty schools cost more to hire and retain teachers, and that still doesnt work.

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