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Senate leaders looking for teachers who didn't get raise

Senate leaders looking for teachers who didn't get raise

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(KSL News) Leaders in the Utah Senate want to hear from teachers who haven't gotten their promised pay raise or bonus.

The Legislature approved $2,500 raises and $1,000 bonuses for teachers during this year's legislative session. However, bad calculations kept those raises and bonuses from being distributed in full to many teachers.

Those who still haven't gotten the full amount are being asked to e-mail the Senate Chief Deputy Ric Cantrell at

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