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Legislation proposes funding boost for Georgia state charter schools

New Georgia legislation would increase funding for state charter schools, which get less money per pupil than other public schools.

House Bill 787 by Rep. Scott Hilton, R-Peachtree Corners, will cost at least $15 million, according to one estimate given at a subcommittee hearing Wednesday.

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