07/25/2014 02:59 pm ET

University Of California Complains Of Funding Shortfall, Then Gives Execs Pay Raises


The University of California Regents discussed what the school system is calling a “funding shortfall” at a meeting on Wednesday—then voted to give top university executives a salary increase one day later.

The meeting was the first public discussion of UC funding since Gov. Jerry Brown (D) signed the state budget last month, which gave the system approximately $106 million less than it had requested, according to an article published in The Sacramento Bee.

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