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1. Points Pondered Before School Funding Decision -

Nancy Richie, executive director of fiscal services for Memphis City Schools, laid out some dire scenarios in her July testimony in Shelby County Chancery Court.

2. School Funding War Wages in Court -

The term “whale” is used in the world of casino gaming to describe the kind of gambler able to bet millions of dollars.

In the Memphis City Schools funding debate, the Memphis City Council is the whale, and its members are betting $423 million they will come out on the winning side in a potentially precedent-setting court action. A lawsuit that was filed last month by Memphis City Schools over the council’s decision to cut the city’s subsidy to MCS by almost $70 million went before Shelby County Chancery Court Chancellor Kenny Armstrong in a non-jury trial that began Thursday.