Sen. Don Gaetz, R- Niceville, had proposed changing state funding for aftercare and mentoring programs into a competitive grant process. The Legislature didn’t embrace that this year.
Sen. Don Gaetz, R- Niceville, had proposed changing state funding for aftercare and mentoring programs into a competitive grant process. The Legislature didn’t embrace that this year. SCOTT KEELER TAMPA BAY TIMES
Sen. Don Gaetz, R- Niceville, had proposed changing state funding for aftercare and mentoring programs into a competitive grant process. The Legislature didn’t embrace that this year. SCOTT KEELER TAMPA BAY TIMES

Florida lawmakers opt not to change how after-school programs are funded

March 17, 2016 06:46 PM

UPDATED March 19, 2016 12:10 AM

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