Ballot proposal next month could restore California education funding

April 16, 2009
Measure will decide whether $9.3 billion in cuts will be repaid to schools and community colleges

From The San Francisco Chronicle: Proposition 1B will let voters in California decide on May 19 whether $9.3 billion cut from school funding this year and last should be repaid to schools and community colleges. Proposition 1B's promise of repaying the schools hinges on passage of Proposition 1A, which caps state spending and sets up a rainy-day fund (from which Prop. 1B would be funded).

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