Class Size Proposal Heading to Fla. Senate Vote
A ballot proposal that would ask voters to loosen class size limits is headed for a floor vote in the Florida Senate where it appears to have enough votes to pass.
Similar measures have failed there in years gone by, but support has grown as the Legislature has faced growing revenue shortfalls and budget cuts over the past three years.
The proposed state constitutional amendment received final committee approval in the Senate on Thursday. The Ways and Means Committee's 15-8 vote was largely along party lines with Republicans in favor and all except one Democrat,...
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