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"The Kansas Supreme Court today will hear oral arguments on whether the state is spending enough money to provide all students with an adequate education.
The issue of school funding is also the central focus of many state legislative races, the Lawrence Journal-World reports. University of Kansas constitutional law professor Richard Levy said, 'The upcoming elections might be a referendum on the two sides of the school finance debate. There are a lot of other factors at play. But how the elections shake out will bear heavily on the legislative response to any Supreme Court order. And it might have an impact on the Supreme Court itself.'”