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WFISD Does Not Take Action On Lawsuit

Wichita Falls Independent School District board members discussed the lawsuit against Texas education budget cuts Monday evening. 

More than 180 Texas school districts are joining in the suit. Two major groups are forming to file legislation against the state. 

Law firm Thompson and Horton presented information last week. The Equity Center presented their information Monday. 

WFISD Public Information Officer Renea Murphy says no action was taken Monday evening. They will revisit the lawsuit in January.

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