PROPOSITION 30

HELP DEFEND THE CSU: SUPPORT PROP 30 ON NOVEMBER 6, 2012

If Prop 30 fails, it:

  • Prompts at least $250 million in cuts to the CSU
  • Triggers cuts effective January 1, 2013
  • Increases fees for students
  • Increases tuition for students
  • Downsizes or eliminates school programs
  • Downsizes or eliminates courses needed for graduation
  • Decreases jobs and lowers wages for low-and middle-income families
  • Leads to layoffs or reduced employees' pay
  • Decreases dollars circulating in local ecomonies

If Prop 30 passes, it:

  • Brings much needed state funds to the CSU
  • Defends finacial aid at CSU
  • May help to protect State University Grants (SUGS)
  • Refunds the tuition increase paid this fall
  • Invests in education
  • Raises $6 billion to stabilze the state budget