Molly Munger

Advancement Project

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Co-founder of the Advancement Project, a civil rights advocacy and legal organization, and co-author and chief funder of Proposition 38

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Education is the subject of two propositions on next week's ballot.  Proposition 30  is supported by Governor Brown.

Props 30 and 38: A High-Stakes Election for Public Education

Education is the subject of two propositions on next week's ballot. Proposition 30 is supported by Governor Brown.

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