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  • "That certainly makes a strong statement in a state that funds education at one of the lowest per-pupil rates of any state in the country," said state Rep. Richard Lindsey, D-Centre, chairman of a House committee that writes the education budget.

    Saban embraces high expectations at Alabama

  • Rep. Scott Conklin, D-Centre, called the provisions tantamount to "corporate eminent domain."

  • House budget committee Chairman Richard Lindsey, D-Centre, said budget writers were determined to save jobs and not increase class size or shorten the school year.

    Sand Mountain Reporter: News

  • House budget committee Chairman Richard Lindsey, D-Centre, said budget writers were determined to save jobs and not increase class size or shorten the school year.

    Sand Mountain Reporter: News

  • House budget committee Chairman Richard Lindsey, D-Centre, said budget writers were determined to save jobs and not increase class size or shorten the school year.

    Sand Mountain Reporter: News

  • House budget committee Chairman Richard Lindsey, D-Centre, said budget writers were determined to save jobs and not increase class size or shorten the school year.

    Sand Mountain Reporter: News

  • Lindsey, D-Centre whose district includes parts of south DeKalb, argues that the state misses out on millions of tourism dollars in August because students return to school too early.

    The Times-Journal: News

  • House budget committee Chairman Richard Lindsey, D-Centre, said budget writers were determined to save jobs and not increase class size or shorten the school year.

    Sand Mountain Reporter: News

  • Because Pennsylvania allows for representatives to run for both a seat in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives and lieutenant governor, Conklin, D-Centre, has begun to circulate petitions for both races, Conklin's chief of staff Tor Michaels said.

    The Daily Collegian Online - News

  • Lindsey, D-Centre whose district includes parts of south DeKalb, argues that the state misses out on millions of tourism dollars in August because students return to school too early.

    The Times-Journal: News

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