Dianne Klein

Office of the President for the University of California

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Despite new taxes for education passed by the voters in 2012, the University of California’s getting just half the state money it did a decade ago.

Out-of-State Students Increasing UC Presence

Despite new taxes for education passed by the voters in 2012, the University of California’s getting just half the state money it did a decade ago.

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