Friday, December 19, 2014

UC’s rising tuition sparks bill to end college system’s autonomy By Nanette Asimov, San Francisco Chronicle

Angered by rising tuition and fat executive pay at the University of California, a bipartisan pair of state senators introduced a bill Thursday to wrest control of decision-making at UC and end its 166 years of autonomy. The constitutional amendment, SA1, could be decided by California voters in 2016, but would first need to win two-thirds approval in both the state Senate and the Assembly — a high bar. No signature from the governor is needed.

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