State legislators sent mixed messages last week.
First, the Senate voted to increase funding for education by $90 million for the next three years to adjust for inflation, an omission in last years seminal school finance catch-up, and mandated by the State Supreme Court.
Of the eight holdouts was Sen. Caryn Tyson, who represents Allen County, and is politically aligned as an ultra-conservative.
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