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Governor Matt Blunt put pressure on lawmakers today by threatening for the first time in his administration to call a special session if they fail to pass a new education funding formula. KSMU's Missy Shelton reports.
Governor Matt Blunt says he wants lawmakers to act before a lawsuit over education funding moves forward.
More than 250 school districts filed suit, claiming the current education funding formula is unfair and underfunded.
Blunt says elected officials, not judges should decide how the state distributes money to public schools.
That's Representative Brian Baker