Monday’s passage of a compromise school funding bill in the Illinois House was “20 years in the making,” state Rep. Will Davis said.
Will Davis“This really is a historic action,” said Davis, D-Homewood, who chairs the House Education Appropriation Committee and was a key sponsor of Senate Bill 1947 (SB1947) the compromise legislation.
“This is going to put a lot of school districts around the state on the right path,” Davis told the H-F Chronicle Tuesday. Support also came from Rep. Anthony DeLuca, D-Chicago Heights, and Rep. Al Riley, D . . .
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