House Speaker Robbie Wills wants to delay for a year the rule that makes it harder for students at grade-inflating high schools to qualify for lottery scholarships. The thinking is that there now will be plenty of advance warning.
Will sufficient legislators go along with this idea, not a fiscal matter?
A district falls under the rule where more than 20 percent of A and B students don't pass corresponding end-of-course exams.
UPDATE: The lottery oversight committee of the legislature has signed off on the idea.