By Yvonne Wingett Sanchez | The Republic | azcentral.com
First came the robocalls from school officials accusing Gov. Doug Ducey of advancing a budget that would be disastrous for K-12 schools.
Then, school-board members from across the state signed an online petition denouncing the governor’s budget proposal.
Next, hundreds of teachers, parents and students joined the chorus, circling the Capitol to shout their disapproval of the plan to cut non-classroom spending.
For a chief executive in office less than two months, it seemed as if the honeymoon would be brief.
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