Allegations of misspending by California’s community colleges are about to get a closer look.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors is considering a November ballot measure that would shift $60 million in excess property tax revenue to the school district if approved.
Should non-citizens be able to vote on school board elections that impact the schools their children attend? That question will be put before Oakland voters this November.
California has the fifth largest economy in the world and it currently has the largest budget surplus of any state in history.