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Kenney touts Philly school-funding plan he says won't raise taxes

Kenney touts Philly school-funding plan he says won't raise taxes

The Philadelphia School District wants $100 million from the city to help addresses its financial struggles. Mayoral candidate Jim Kenney says he can raise that money without raising taxes. Kenney outlined his school-funding
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