A bombshell proposal from the Scott administration Thursday would require school districts to hold revotes this summer on budgets approved by local voters in March.

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In a Zoom meeting with members of the House Committee on Ways and Means, Commissioner of Finance Adam Greshin said a projected shortfall in next year’s education fund will require significant reductions to school budgets that were approved before the arrival of the coronavirus pandemic.

“And I don’t think I’m going too far out on a limb to suggest that the budget votes would have been different, or the budgets themselves would have been different if voters knew then what we know now,” Greshin said.

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