Friday, June 29, 2012

California budget trigger cuts

  • In adopting a $91.3 state billion budget, they made it clear it wasn and possible fee increases at the University of California and California State University systems. These trigger cuts are real, said Democratic Sen. Ted Lieu.
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  • A new education budget bill allows schools to cut 15 days in each of the next two school years if voters reject additional taxes on sales and income in November, double what Gov. Jerry Brown proposed in his May budget plan.
  • (Sacramento Bee)
  • The approved budget for the fiscal year 2012-13 recommends deep cuts across the board ballot measures to raise California's sales and income taxes on wealthy residents in Nov.
  • (Daily Aztec)
  • Everything is on the table for California's more than 1,000 school districts, most of which have adopted worst-case-scenario budgets for the upcoming academic year. And the latest proposed budget holds few surprises, educators say.
  • (Visalia Times-Delta)
  • the state will receive an estimated $8.5 billion in additional revenue if it fails we face a slew of trigger including a potential $250 million cut to the California State University system. Students cannot allow the CSU budget cuts.
  • (Daily Aztec)
  • Sacramento, CA -- Mother Lode lawmakers in the state District 25 Republican Assemblywoman Kristin Olsen is concerned that the budget relies on the tax increases. If they are not approved, trigger cuts would go into effect, primarily impacting education.
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  • Even though the state released its final budget Thursday in the states sales tax to prevent a cut of around $460 per student, said Adonai Mack, legislative advocate for the Association of California School Administrators.
  • (Record Searchlight)
  • automatic cuts will trigger and drastically reduce funding to public schools.
  • (Vacaville Reporter)
  • Its all about the uncertainty and triggers right now, Superintendent Marc Winger said. Even if the state of California has approved a budget, Gov.
  • (Signal)

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