Too many hands reach into the Prop. 30 pie

Your opinion piece in last week’s paper was, as usual, well done. Unfortunately, you missed a point that might make the surprising method of distribution of Prop. 30’s proceeds to the state’s schools relatively benign in comparison.
Before voting, I read Prop. 30 all the way through, which isn’t my normal practice. If you did the same, you would have noted that the “small print” gave access to the proceeds of Prop. 30 to a great many of the no doubt well-pla...

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