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If Sierra Vista charter schools continue to receive special state funding, one significant reason will be due to the efforts of State Rep. Heather Carter, R-Cave Creek.
After the Senate Appropriations Committee passed SB1494 on Tuesday — a bill to prevent charter schools from having access to both state shared K-12 and special charter school funds — Carter prepared an amendment to remove the legislation and headed an effort to hold up House approval of the state budget.