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Seven people spoke at a public forum at the beginning of the KISD board of trustees meeting Tuesday night. Six of those seven spoke on behalf of the proposed employee raises due to House Bill 3, which was approved in recent weeks by the Texas Legislature. 

The room was full of between 40 and 50 people, most of whom were employees of KISD, and any time an individual spoke about the employees deserving more money, the room erupted in applause and cheers.

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