Mccleary has been mentioned or cited more than a hundred times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'Shift Washington' contains more than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Mccleary was highly popular in September, 2016.
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[...] schools richer and poor schools poorer. Democrats refuse to look for an actual solution to the McCleary decision and insist upon relying upon inequitable levies to fund education. State Rep. [...]
[...] ’s absence and the weight of getting older. Featuring a talented new lineup that sees Michael McCleary on guitar and Lindsey Mills on bass — both high school classmates of Pitts and drummer Tyler [...]
[...] duty,” but ST3 will suck up so much property tax capacity that it will make meeting the McCleary decision much more difficult. “Our moonshot plan shouldn’t be light rail to Issaquah [in 2041]. [...]
[...] in contempt for not following its orders in the public schools’ financing case known as the McCleary decision to its plagiarized opinion declaring charter schools unconstitutional last year. Court [...]
[...] ” the legislature’s work on public school funding next year to satisfy the Supreme Court’s McCleary decision. Further, the editorialists also remind voters that “the stack of property taxes on [...]
[...] for those, he said. “And if lawmakers choose later to boost property taxes — to meet the McCleary court order for adequate school funding — there might not be enough tax capacity within legal [...]
[...] that “he put the cuts in the proposal to bring attention to how much money is needed to fund McCleary.” Like either of those statements make any sense. It’s due to the Senate Republican majority [...]
[...] , especially considering the need to meet obligations outlined in the State Supreme Court’s McCleary decision. Via SmarterGovermentWashington.org, “House Majority Leader Pat Sullivan (D-Kent) [...]