"For a long time now there have been multiple efforts to address that inequity, but we as a Legislature, because of the politics involved related to the winners and losers list, have been unable or unwilling to fix that problem," Osmond said, referring to proposals in previous years that sought to redistribute money from wealthier districts to poorer ones.
Osmond’s bill passed the committee 5-1 despite complaints similar to those about Jones’ bill, that it would mean a tax increase.
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