(Phoenix, AZ) -- It's back to work for Arizona teachers now that Governor Ducey has signed a budget that gives them a pay raise. The state legislature pulled an all-nighter before passing the bill shortly after 5:30 a.m. It provides nearly 273-million dollars for education and includes a 20 percent pay raise over the next three years. Arizona Education Association President Joe Thomas says it's at least a start, although he and the teachers still wanted to see a better deal.
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