Kathy Baron

EdSource

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Reporter at EdSource, an online news site on California education  policy

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After passage of Proposition 30, which raised taxes last year, Governor Brown said he'd use some new money to help the state's 112-campus system of community colleges.

Brown Promises Money and Tough Love for Community Colleges

After passage of Proposition 30, which raised taxes last year, Governor Brown said he'd use some new money to help the state's 112-campus system of community colleges.

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