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Districts dispute facts on funding

Millage never equal, two say

Posted: December 15, 2012 at 3 a.m.

Arguing that the state didn’t accurately define the amount of money needed to provide an adequate education, two school districts that recently won a funding case asked the Arkansas Supreme Court to consider new information Friday.

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Arkansas, Pages 11 on 12/15/2012

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Chris Thyer (left), U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Arkansas, Assistant U.S. Attorney Julie Peters and FBI Special Agent in Charge Randy Coleman discuss former Helena-West Helena police Lt. Marlene Kalb’s conviction on extortion and attempted-drug-trafficking charges Friday in federal court in Little Rock. The case “sends a strong message that someone who would sell their badge” won’t be tolerated, Thyer said outside the courthouse.

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