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Democratic Sen. Katie Hobbs, shown greeting Gov. Doug Ducey, says this extension will not fix the “fiscal cliff” and will simply maintain the status quo. (File Photo)

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The Arizona Legislature on Thursday overwhelmingly passed legislation extending a sales tax that provides more than $500 million a year for K-12 education, an unexpected move that averts a looming "fiscal cliff" that threatened more than 10 percent of the state's school funding.

By Bob Christie, Associated Press March 25, 2018

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