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Prop 38

Does A Pair Of Wealthy Siblings Control California Politics?

AP | JULIET WILLIAMS | Posted 10.26.2012 | San Francisco

SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Charles Munger Sr. is best known as Warren Buffett's right-hand man, an investor who has turned his skill at picking winning com...

The Subversion of Direct Democracy

Roy Ulrich | Posted 12.23.2012 | Politics
Roy Ulrich

The truth is that the give and take of the legislative process is a much better way to make public policy, especially on complex issues.

Prop 30 And 38 Broken Down, In Pictures And Charts

Posted 12.23.2012 | Education

When Californians hit the voting booths Nov. 6, they will be choosing between two initiatives that will drastically affect how the state's struggling ...

Prop 38: Molly Munger's Tax Initiative For School Funding

The Huffington Post | Anna Almendrala | Posted 10.23.2012 | Los Angeles

Championed by millionaire civil rights attorney Molly Munger, Prop 38 would increase state income taxes on all Californians on a sliding scale for 12 ...

Along Came Molly: The Irony of California's Ballot Measures

Pamela T. Luster, Ed.D. | Posted 12.12.2012 | Education
Pamela T. Luster, Ed.D.

Molly Munger has it exactly backward: It is because only half the children in California will never see higher education that Prop 38 should have included community colleges. This is the tragic oversight of Prop 38, giving up on half our youth.

Southern California Billionaire Should Stop Attacks on College Students

Paul Murre | Posted 12.11.2012 | College
Paul Murre

Molly Munger's attacks are harmful to students like me, who are seeking to get an affordable education in our state. Students do not want to be caught in the middle of bruised egos and the politics of a billionaire heiress.

I AM 38: Because Education is a Civil Right

Rick Najera | Posted 10.17.2012 | Latino Voices
Rick Najera

Public K-12 education has been gutted in the past three years, and I'm particularly angry because these school children are most likely -- at least in California -- to be Latino.

Vote Twice for Education Over Politics

Crystal Brown | Posted 10.14.2012 | San Francisco
Crystal Brown

The only way to give our children any chance of avoiding even more devastating cuts to their schools is a "yes" vote for both education measures. While the one with the most votes will be the only winning measure, our state's children will be out of the line of fire, temporarily, if at least one passes.