But since lawmakers did not establish a reoccurring revenue source for education funding, Gist said the same conversations are likely next year because “there has not been an answer to the structural deficit.”
She said each new cut will only hurt Tulsa's future, and that the conversation needs to continue and needs to be about investing in our children's future.
"We can’t keep having this conversation every spring about where else are we going to find reductions in our system," she said.
State Democrats have raised constitutional concerns about the approval process, meaning there could be challenges in court.
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