Nathan Brostrom

University of California

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Executive Vice President for Business Operations at the University of California

Nathan Brostrom on KCRW

The new President of the University of California, Janet Napolitano, has said she doesn’t want a “shoot out” with Governor Brown, but they do have “different visions.”

UC Committee Moves Forward with Tuition Hike

The new President of the University of California, Janet Napolitano, has said she doesn’t want a “shoot out” with Governor Brown, but they do have “different visions.”

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Late today -- for the first time in decades -- the state legislature late was on its way to passing a spending plan by the  Constitutional deadline , which expires at midnight…

The Democrats' Budget, a Budget Nobody Wants

Late today -- for the first time in decades -- the state legislature late was on its way to passing a spending plan by the Constitutional deadline , which expires at midnight…

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The Supreme Court has struck down Roe v. Wade, the 1973 case establishing a nationwide right to an abortion. Now - millions of Americans will lose access to abortion care.