Budget surplus, Prop. 30 sunset lead tax reform talks

(Calif.) California Forward, the nonpartisan governmental change agent based in Sacramento, is quietly pushing lawmakers as well as regional and local leaders into what might be the first steps toward restructuring the tax system.

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High schools to provide more online course options

(Ala.) Every high school in Alabama may be required to offer virtual education options for students beginning in 2016-17 under a bill pending before Gov. Robert Bentley.

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