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Morning Read: Governor vetoes bills to help low-income and undocumented students

LA School Report | September 30, 2016



Brown vetoes half-dozen K-12 bills, citing budget pressure
Citing the danger of adding costs at a time of financial uncertainty, Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed a half-dozen K-12 education-related bills Wednesday, including one that would have required screening all low-income children receiving Medi-Cal services for the potential effects of traumatic experiences. He also rejected a bill that would have required all Cal State campuses and community colleges to establish centers or liaison positions to help undocumented students. By John Fensterwald, EdSource

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