On October 2, a sheet of paper sat on the desks of all 90 lawmakers, the number 3,205 printed across it in bold, 18-point font. 3,205. That's how many of you expressed support for bipartisan action to put our schools on stable ground. After months of hard work by our legislative leadership, lawmakers found common ground. THANK YOU for driving home the message that lawmakers need to put kids and schools ahead of politics.
We did it!
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