Controversy erupts over districts not sharing windfall from wind farms

"Some of these districts ... they're twice as rich as anybody else," said Clint Carpenter, a former school superintendent and now an education professor at Texas Tech University, where he has been researching the deals.

Wind industry officials say the tax breaks offered by Texas school districts have helped lure wind farms to the state, making it the top wind power producer in the nation.

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