The state and city governments yesterday were excused from the Philadelphia school desegregation litigation, leaving the school district — at least for the time being — without a taxing entity to fund much of the sweeping package of remedies ordered by a Commonwealth Court judge.

The decision came down from the state Supreme Court late yesterday afternoon, the day after the primary elections and 15 months after the case was argued before the justices.

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