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In the Mail Questioning Prop 123

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Posted: Wednesday, April 27, 2016 10:00 am

Editor: 

In my 40 years in Arizona, I’ve not seen an important matter so confused (“Prop 123 enjoys broad support,” Jewish News, April 22). Superficially, Proposition 123 seems to validate and support the Jewish community’s passionate cultural commitment to education. It seems like a good deal, but we must look deeper, and the public lacks the facts to make an informed choice.

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