LOS ANGELES -- Elementary schools in Arizona failed in last week's election to expand their bonding capacity, and a tougher restriction on state tax increases could hamper overall education finance reform, according to school officials.

Elementary school districts, especially those experiencing fast growth, had hoped to gain added bond capacity through Proposition 106, which was placed on the ballot by the state Legislature.

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