Friday, March 24, 2006

Schools, or Transportation?

Here's major Sacramento newspaper columnist and blogger Dan Weintraub's take on a transportation proposal, and how it relates to public education:

Don Perata's "Rebuilding California" political action committee has donated $25,000 to Californians to Improve Traffic Now, the coalition that wants to "fix" Prop. 42 so that revenue from the sales tax on gas is forever walled off from the general fund. That's the same idea that the CTA last week asked members to oppose because, the union argued, it would give transportation a higher priority in the budget than the schools.

Posted by dweintraub at March 23, 2006 04:45 PM

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