Legislators Slash Budget, Cal State System Bleeds

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In 1960, California's Master Plan for Education promised a college education for anybody who qualified. Is it now being abandoned? We talk about funding cuts, furloughs and increases in fees at 23 Cal-State University campuses.  What's the potential impact on California's economy? On Reporter's Notebook, is there public money in medical marijuana? On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, with the rest of America still mired in the recession, Goldman Sachs has paid back $10 billion in bailout money and announced record profits.



Warren Olney


Sonya Geis, Katie Cooper