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Campaign for Fiscal Equity, Inc. . 03/2006.
Senator Joseph Bruno's recent comments accusing Justice Leland DeGrasse of "lunacy" only serve to debase the vital challenge facing lawmakers and the education community in their efforts to ensure all New York's children a quality education.
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Eliot Spitzer. Attorney General of the State of New York. 8/5/2005.
Defendants State of New York, Governor George Pataki, and Tax Commissioner Andrew S. Eristoff appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, New York County (DeGrasse, J.), confirming the Report and Recommendations of the Judicial Referees.
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Manhattan Institute for Policy Research. 06/2005.
Transcripts for a conference focusing on whether or not New York State legislature should take CFE decision in their budgeting consideration.
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Campaign for Fiscal Equity, Inc. . 06/2005.
In a June 16 court order, Justice Leland DeGrasse of State Supreme Court sternly rejected attempts by the State's attorneys to reduce fees for the services performed by the distinguished panel of judicial referees who were appointed to address the State's non-compliance in the CFE case.
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Campaign for Fiscal Equity, Inc.. 06/2005.
In a letter submitted to Justice Leland DeGrasse on June 9, CFE asked the court to charge the special masters with the responsibility of reviewing the status of the state's compliance and recommend any plans for fulfilling the court order by October 31, 2004.
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New York Teacher. 4/28/2005.
On the Albany front, the Legislature produced an on-time budget, but decisions were deferred on the increases needed to provide a "sound, basic education" for all, quoting from Judge Leland DeGrasse's landmark decision. "The courts have ruled that Judge DeGrasse's special masters' recommendation to invest billions in school aid and capital money is needed with all deliberate speed. But the governor is appealing yet again, turning a 12-year court case into a seemingly never-ending battle."
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Editorial Staff. New York Post. 4/25/2005.
In the time that's elapsed since the Campaign for Fiscal Equity first filed its 1993 lawsuit to get more money for city schools, most of the students then in the system have graduated (or dropped out). So far, nobody's seen a dime in extra school aid. Yet there was the CFE last week, again using the courts to achieve what it might better have achieved in the political arena.
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Campaign for Fiscal Equity, Inc.. 04/2005.
Governor Pataki Finally Files Notice of Appeal in CFE Case Attorneys for the plaintiffs in the CFE case received notice by email at 5:20 pm last Friday that Governor Pataki would file his formal notice of appeal of Justice DeGrasse's order on Monday, April 18.
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Joe Mahoney. New York Daily News. 4/6/2005.
Minutes after telling teachers he's on their side, the state's top Republican lawmaker bashed the judge who ordered the state to send more money to New York City classrooms. Senate GOP leader Joe Bruno (R-Rensselaer) told a United Federation of Teachers conference he would fight for more money for urban schools. "We're going to make sure high needs districts get funded as they should," said Bruno, drawing praise from union President Randi Weingarten. Weingarten wants the Legislature to comply with the order of state Supreme Court Justice Leland DeGrasse to open up the classroom funding spigot.
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George A. Clowes. School Reform News. 4/1/2005.
Culminating a 12-year court battle over the funding of New York City's public schools, New York State Supreme Court Justice Leland DeGrasse issued a final decision on February 15 ordering the state legislature and governor to spend an additional $5.63 billion a year to educate the city's 1.1 million public school students.
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