In the Kansas Supreme Court hearing on school funding this week, justices had some pointed questions for the attorneys.
At issue is whether the state should increase education spending. But how much can we gather about the possible outcome of the case from the questions and comments made by the justices?
Here’s just one example from the oral arguments:
When Justice Eric Rosen pointed out that the state had agreed to increase education funding in a past lawsuit.
“Essentially, it stands before me in my eyes as a broken promise,” said Rosen.