Voters approve most Minnesota school levies
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Voters overwhelmingly approved property tax levies in Minnesota school districts where they were on the ballots.
The 76 districts that asked voters Tuesday to approve extra funding for school construction, operating costs or both was typical of an off-year election, Minnesota Public Radio News reported Wednesday.
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