Some present and former state legislators or their relatives have earned a substantial part of their incomes through charter schools, either by building the facilities, financing them or providing administrative services.
That can lead to apparent conflicts and challenge school boards and legislators to ensure money for charters is spent appropriately.
So a state school board contract previously awarded to Utah County Republican Chairman Craig Frank and his wife, Kim, has been cancel
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