CHICAGO - An Indiana school funding lawsuit has been out on hold following Gov. Evan Bayh's promise that school financing inequities will be addressed in the next legislative session.

The suit, which was scheduled to go to trial in September, charges that the state's school funding formula is unconstitutional because it results in differences in per pupil spending, according to Marilyn Holscher, an attorney for the plaintiffs.

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