Live from today: Texas Supreme Court Justices, from left, Don Willett, Paul Green, Nathan Hecht, and Phil Johnson, listen to oral arguments in Texas' latest school finance trial at the state Supreme Court, Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2015, in Austin, Texas. Attorneys for more than 600 school districts suing Texas argue that the funding is inadequate and unfairly distributed, making it hard for students and schools to meet stringent academic standards. (AP Photo/Eric Gay, Pool)
Live from today: Texas Supreme Court Justices, from left, Don Willett, Paul Green, Nathan Hecht, and Phil Johnson, listen to oral arguments in Texas' latest school finance trial at the state Supreme Court, Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2015, in Austin, Texas. Attorneys for more than 600 school districts suing Texas argue that the funding is inadequate and unfairly distributed, making it hard for students and schools to meet stringent academic standards. (AP Photo/Eric Gay, Pool) Eric Gay AP
Live from today: Texas Supreme Court Justices, from left, Don Willett, Paul Green, Nathan Hecht, and Phil Johnson, listen to oral arguments in Texas' latest school finance trial at the state Supreme Court, Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2015, in Austin, Texas. Attorneys for more than 600 school districts suing Texas argue that the funding is inadequate and unfairly distributed, making it hard for students and schools to meet stringent academic standards. (AP Photo/Eric Gay, Pool) Eric Gay AP

State asks Supreme Court to drop school finance lawsuit

September 01, 2015 04:28 PM