Bill extending AZ School for the Deaf and Blind operations for four years goes to Hobbs

Summarized by Matthew Dehler, staff writer

A bill was recently approved by the Arizona House of Representatives. The bill was to help keep the Arizona School for the Deaf and Blind open for four more years. This is great news, considering the school’s fate had been in turmoil for quite a while. Some lawmakers wanted to shorten the extension to 2 years, and the typical practice is to extend it for 8 years. Still, it’s a positive note that the school continues to function. Still, the school needs to implement a proper plan to ensure its steady financial future.

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