public education

Education
11:48 pm
Fri May 20, 2011

Kent County Republicans, Democrats field questions about paying for public education

State Rep. Dave Agema, left, and Rep. Brandon Dillon react to a woman who stood and demanded Agema "speak to us in a professional manner."
Lindsey Smith Michigan Radio

About 500 people in West Michigan spent a couple hours Friday night in Grand Rapids, talking with their state representatives about how to fund public education. 

The forum was rescheduled from last week after a fire marshal shut it down in Lowell (20 miles west of Grand Rapids) because so many people showed up it broke the fire code of the building.

Last night the crowd was  passionate, at times interrupting and booing Republican lawmakers.

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