Dueling tax increases impact local schools

Public school districts across the state are facing a fifth consecutive year of massive funding cuts, and at least two propositions on the November ballot aim to solve that problem.
On Nov. 6 California voters will decide “yes” or “no” on Gov. Jerry Brown’s Prop. 30—also known as the Schools and Safety Protection Act of 2012—and Pasadena-based attorney Molly Munger’s Prop. 38, also known as the Our Children, Our Future: Local Schools and Early Edu...

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