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CSUF Faculty Voice Opposition to Ballot Propositions

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September 26, 2003 :: No. 51a

Cal State Fullerton’s Academic Senate, the university’s faculty advisory body, voted unanimously Thursday to oppose Propositions 53 and 54 on the Oct. 7 ballot. The resolutions were approved during the senate’s regular biweekly meeting.

Proposition 53 would establish a constitutional amendment setting aside a specific percentage of general fund revenues for infrastructure funding. In the first year of its passage, one percent would be set aside, with the percent increasing gradually to three percent annually.

Proposition 54 would prohibit state and local governments from collecting and using data on a person’s race, ethnicity, color or national origin for the purposes of public education, contracting or employment.

Media Contact: John W. Bedell, vice chair of the Academic Senate, at
657-278-2737.


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