Voters on Tuesday approved a fundamental change to how public education is funded. Although the results are still unofficial, as of Thursday, Constitutional Amendment G has a 54% voter approval. KPCW’s Leslie Thatcher has details on what the change will do and why some say it’s a bad rap for education.
Amendment G - the education proposal was one of 7 constitutional amendments on Tuesday’s ballot and the most controversial.
While the state income tax has been growing every year, the state’s sales and gas taxes which fund the other government funds, have not.