Props 30, 38: What Happens to Public Education If They Fail?

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This year's state budget is balanced on the passage of Governor Brown's Proposition 30 in next month's election.  If it fails, there will be massive cuts in K-12 and higher education.  Opponents call that "civic terrorism." Others say, never mind, it's about saving the public schools. We hear what it means from LA to Sacramento and how it compares to another school funding measure, Proposition 38.  Also, remembering Catherine Davis, the 81-year old murder victim who was a loving mother at her "writer's villa" up near the Hollywood sign. On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, will last night's debate change the momentum of the presidential campaign?

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