Since the 2016 session, lawmakers have wanted to stop businesses from profiting off public funding for charter school capital projects. The proposal was on track to be approved this year, but it vanished and was left out of a final compromise bill on education policy.
Since the 2016 session, lawmakers have wanted to stop businesses from profiting off public funding for charter school capital projects. The proposal was on track to be approved this year, but it vanished and was left out of a final compromise bill on education policy. WALTER MICHOT Miami Herald file photo
Since the 2016 session, lawmakers have wanted to stop businesses from profiting off public funding for charter school capital projects. The proposal was on track to be approved this year, but it vanished and was left out of a final compromise bill on education policy. WALTER MICHOT Miami Herald file photo

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May 08, 2017 12:24 PM

Stop charter schools from profiting off taxpayers? Nope, deal kills proposed ban.

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