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DENVER (AP) -- Gov. John Hickenlooper is still considering whether to back a ballot measure this fall seeking a $1 billion tax increase to pay for a new system for administering state education funds.
Hickenlooper says it would be unwise to put more money into the school system unless the structure is changed.
According to the Denver Post, voters will consider a tax increase in November, but the specifics of the plan haven't been released.
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