CA college students brace for state b...

CA college students brace for state budget cuts

There are 3 comments on the WIS-TV Columbia story from Jul 2, 2011, titled CA college students brace for state budget cuts. In it, WIS-TV Columbia reports that:

California college students are bracing for higher tuition bills and fewer courses and campus services under a new state budget that once again slashes spending on higher education.

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FilthyCity

San Francisco, CA

#1 Jul 2, 2011
Times have changed, taxpayers should no longer be burdened with someone's college education. The UC system should be privatized and let the parents of these college students pay for their education. They can borrow the money but the idea of ripping of the taxpayer's to fund the educational system is no longer a viable option.
socalgawf

Trabuco Canyon, CA

#2 Jul 2, 2011
So, residents pay taxes that are promised to go towards education for their children, INCLUDING higher education.
Government siphons this money to pay for entitlement programs designed to get them re elected.
UC system starts taking more out of state students so they get more money.
Illegals demand a free ride or discounted tuition.

State citizens pay taxes and their kids have less chance of getting in.
US citizens pay out of state tuition.
Trespassers want a free ride.

What a great state of affairs. How about NO non-residents are allowed in to state schools until all academically eligible residents have a place?
Huh

Clearlake, CA

#3 Jul 3, 2011
While students suffer higher fees, U.C. employees are making a ton, and the vast majority of high dollar retirees haven't retired yet.....but soon.
It will get much worse before it gets better.
There will be no end to the state's "fee" hikes, while average Californian's incomes are dropping every year.

http://www.californiansforpensionreform.com/d...

Check it out.

1,642
retired University of California employees
receive pensions
in excess of $100,000 per year

THE TOP 10 LIST


Name Monthly Annual Location
MILLER, GEORGE H $22,506.26 $270,075.12 LLNL
CESARIO, THOMAS C $20,021.66 $240,259.92 IRVINE
HOLST, JAMES E $19,760.80 $237,129.60 UCOP
CONNOLLY, JOHN E $19,738.70 $236,864.40 IRVINE
SCHROCK, THEODORE R $19,367.18 $232,406.16 SAN FRANCISCO
WHITE, STUART C $19,218.26 $230,619.12 LOS ANGELES
TARTER, C BRUCE $19,077.22 $228,926.64 LLNL
TASHKIN, DONALD P $18,581.20 $222,974.40 LOS ANGELES
KREIGER, ALLAN E $18,330.78 $219,969.36 LOS ANGELES
BROWNE, JOHN C $18,029.95 $216,359.40 LANL

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