We all support community colleges – but Proposition 92 will cause more problems than it claims to solve.
Proposition 92 would amend California’s constitution to lock in a huge new state spending mandate – with no way to pay for it. The California Legislative Analyst’s Office estimates the
increased spending will reach nearly a billion dollars in the first three years. Politicians would be left to decide how to fund the measure. They could raise taxes or they could cut other critical programs like health care, public safety and education funding, including K-12, and state universities.
Proposition 92 expands bureaucracy, but contains no accountability or independent oversight, and requires no public audits. There will be no way to know how the Prop. 92 money is spent.
Join teachers, business, taxpayers, firefighters, health care workers, and community groups in voting “No’’ on Proposition 92.
MYTH #1 - Proponents claim in their ballot argument that in 2004, the Legislature hiked community college fees to $26 per unit and “this resulted in 305,000 fewer Californians enrolling in college.” Learn the Facts
MYTH #2 - Proposition 92 provides a “chance for every Californian to go to college.” Learn the Facts
Myth #3 - Proponents say Prop. 92 will provide “stable funding for community colleges for more classes and services.” Learn the Facts
Myth #4 - Proponents say Prop. 92 “would calculate the minimum community college funding guarantees based on community college growth.” Learn the Facts
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