SALEM — Oregon’s education establishment was the big winner, and human services and Gov. John Kitzhaber’s targeted spending on education priorities were the losers, in the two-year plan unveiled Wednesday by the Legislature’s chief budget writers.

Sen. Richard Devlin of Tualatin and Rep. Peter Buckley of Ashland, both Democrats, proposed a state school fund of $7.24 billion, up almost $600 million from the current two-year cycle that ends June 30.

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