California Gov. Jerry Brown on Friday released a record $113 billion state spending plan that asks the University of California to do more with less so the nation’s largest public university system can avert tuition hikes.
California Gov. Jerry Brown plans to unveil a record $113 billion state spending plan on Friday that gives schools a boost and pays debt but sets up a higher-education showdown by rejecting the University of California’s demand for more money to avert tuition hikes, a government official said.
Anticipating a surplus, Democratic state lawmakers are pressuring Gov. Jerry Brown to increasing spending to assist those who have been missing out on the economic recovery.
After winning re-election in a landslide, Gov. Jerry Brown will start his unprecedented fourth and final term with a flourish by promoting a legacy of fiscal stability while pioneering a bullet train to accommodate future generations of Californians seeking clean transportation.
The pardons issued Wednesday included a Stanislaus County man sentenced to three years’ probation in 1986 for taking expensive wine out of a wine cellar and drinking it. Michael Joseph Moradian Jr. has since “lived an honest and upright life, exhibited good moral character, and conducted himself as a law-abiding citizen,” Brown wrote in his pardon.
Brown said in a statement that the president “stepped up for hard-working families across America” in the face of Washington gridlock.
University of California regents have voted to raise tuition. The move means tuition rise as much as 5 percent each of the next five years.
California Gov. Jerry Brown is returning to Sacramento for a record fourth term.
Neel Kashkari, a first-time candidate for office, was hoping to spark a conversation with California voters this year about growing inequality in the state’s rebounding economy, whether the state is economically competitive, and how to reform its underperforming K-12 school system.
Gov. Jerry Brown is scheduled to meet with the state’s largest nurses union to discuss Ebola preparedness at hospitals and other health facilities.
Jerry Brown is on the verge of doing what no one has ever done in California and what no one may ever do again: get elected to a fourth term as governor.
The ad features a child fighting for his life that’s eventually saved by Kashkari. The ad is supposed to be a metaphor for the state of education in California.