Tuesday, August 02, 2005

A simple solution

Amidst talk of salvaging the second called special session with a minimal teacher raise, funding of textbooks, and nothing else (and even that still has about a 50-50 chance), John Kelso writes a hillarious column, proposing a bold new solution to the (seemingly) intractable problem of school finance:

For sale: one state Capitol, seldom used

The solution to the school finance problem? It's a pretty simple tradeoff.

Sell the state Capitol to developers for downtown lofts, and make legislators conduct business in those horrible portable buildings the schoolkids get stuck with.

Leave it to the humor columnist to come up with the best solution yet.


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