Assm. Dickinson Urges Yes on Prop. 30, Only Nov. Measure to Block $6B in Trigger Cuts
Photo above: From l., During a Monday night panel discussion sponsored by USC’s Sol Price School of Public Affairs in Sacramento, Assembly Member Roger Dickinson details how the governor’s revenue plan, Prop. 30, is the only ballot measure that will prevent $6 billion in additional cuts to the already ravaged K-12 public schools, the community colleges, and the state’s university systems, as revenue opponent John Kabateck of the National Federation of Independent Businesses prepares to make his case against any new revenues. Photo left: Dan Schnur (standing), the director of the Jesse Unruh Center for Politics at USC, poses questions to Assembly Member Dickinson and three other panelists Monday night in front of an audience of about 65 students, faculty, visitors, and reporters.