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Two School Board Members Reconsider Pay Raise



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(KSL News) At least two Jordan School Board members want to reconsider their controversial pay raise.

Earlier this month, the school board voted to quadruple board members' pay to $12,000 a year, with more than $17,000 worth of annual insurance benefits.

That's compared to the $3,000 a year that school board members around the state earn.

The Jordan board was the first in the state to raise members' pay.

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