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Because the state Supreme Court said that the schools were not being fully funded by the state, way back in 2012 — and even though the Legislature has played a shell game with the funds it needs to pay for the other duties of the state and forked over an additional $4.8 billion — you still want more? [“Election: Get serious on education funding,” Opinion, May 22]

What you really want is to be like all the other states that have an income tax — states that are not happy to say that they are top in the nation with a rebounding economy. If statistics are all you have to prove there isn’t enough money, and test scores to prove the kids are not getting educated, shouldn’t you be looking to see who is doing what with the money the school districts already have?

Margaret Wiggins, Kirkland