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Judge rejects challenge to Prop 208, education tax on rich to move forward

In this April 30, 2018 photo, teachers rally outside of Gov. Doug Ducey’s Executive Tower in Phoenix on their third day of walkouts. Public schools in Arizona that have weathered a decade of funding cuts with only partial restoration could see a big infusion of cash if a ballot measure backed by teachers and advocacy groups passes in November, but opponents say Proposition 208 will hurt the economy and only bring partial relief. (Matt York/AP, File)

In this April 30, 2018 photo, teachers rally outside of Gov. Doug Ducey’s Executive Tower in Phoenix on their third day of walkouts. Public schools in Arizona that have weathered a decade of funding cuts with only partial restoration could see a big infusion of cash if a ballot measure backed by teachers and advocacy groups passes in November, but opponents say Proposition 208 will hurt the economy and only bring partial relief. (Matt York/AP, File)

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