Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley on Wednesday proposed state budgets for next year that would use the Education Trust Fund to give a $230 million bailout to the cash-strapped General Fund, which supports prisons, courts and other non-education areas of state government, Birmingham News writer Dave White reported.
Many lawmakers blasted the idea, and some said Bentley’s bailout plan had no chance in the Legislature, even though the governor said there won’t be a plan B. His plan A didn’t appear to impress commenters in the online community, either.
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