How Prop 16 Could Reshape Higher Education Campuses Across California

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How Prop 16 Could Reshape Higher Ed Campuses Across California

Student journalists are taking over The California Report to kick off a special collaboration with CalMatters' College Journalism Network. They're looking into Prop 16, is a statewide ballot measure that would restore affirmative action in public institutions and government contracts.
Reporters: Kayleen Carter, Marisa Martinez, Janelle Salanga

Early Voters Cast Ballots in Voting Centers Across L.A County
Over the weekend, Los Angles County voters could start casting their ballots in-person as the county opened up over 100 vote centers. Hundreds more centers will open on October 30th.

Ballot Measure to Raise Commercial Property Taxes Falling Short, IGS Poll Shows
A ballot measure to raise commercial property taxes and generate billions of dollars for schools and local services is falling short of 50 percent, according to a new Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies poll.
Reporter: Scott Shafer, KQED

California State University System Students Graduating at Highest Rates Ever

The good news is that students are graduating from the California State University system at the highest rates ever. The bad news? Just 31 percent of first time students get a diploma in four years.
Reproter: Vanessa Rancaño, KQED 

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