Florida's long-running education equity lawsuit, filed by parents, aims to force more money into public schools. First, they have to convince the courts that the issue can be judged.
So far, a trial and appellate court have ruled that the constitutional language governing public education is more aspirational than objective. The state Supreme Court will take up the debate in November.
In today's podcast, plaintiff's lawyer Jodi Siegel talks with reporter Jeff Solochek about what's happening in the Citizens for Strong Schools case.
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