The Colorado Supreme Court’s ruling in the Lobato case recently will keep our state’s budget process from getting any crazier and more convoluted than it already is. Under the theory that the provision of Colorado’s constitution that requires a “thorough and uniform system of free public schools throughout the state wherein all residents of the state, between the ages of 6 and 21, may be educated gratuitously” is being violated because of different resources in different school districts, plaintiffs sued the state to demand greater resources.
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