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Judge Mark W. Klingensmith of the Fourth District Court of Appeal. Courtesy photo Judge Mark W. Klingensmith of the Fourth District Court of Appeal. Courtesy photo

Reversing course from a decision last year, a fiercely divided appeals court said charter schools are entitled to a cut of tax dollars that Palm Beach County voters approved in 2018 for more-traditional public schools.

The 7-4 ruling by the Fourth District Court of Appeal said wording in a referendum that excluded charter schools from receiving a share of increased property-tax revenues violated state law. The decision reversed a 2-1 decision by a panel of the court in April.

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