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Bill Hanson of Duluth schools, with Duluth Mayor Don Ness behind him, tells a Thursday gathering in the state Capitol that his district, Minneapolis and St. Paul would lose money in a Republican school funding plan. Pioneer Photo/Don Davis

Capitol Notebook: Big three schools upset with bill

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ST. PAUL -- Minnesota legislative Republicans target Duluth, St. Paul and Minneapolis in their education funding bill, mayors and school officials from those three cities allege.

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It would hurt students, Duluth school official Bill Hanson told a couple hundred school supporters and the media Thursday outside the governor's office.

"Minnesota's future depends on us," the school district chief financial officer said.

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