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Morning Read: Dark-money donors against Prop. 30 revealed

LA School Report | June 28, 2016



Activists reveal more dark-money donors to campaigns against unions and schools-funding tax

The campaign for extending a schools tax on high-income Californians kicked off this week with the release of undisclosed donors involved in fighting against the levy when it last appeared on the ballot. The new group, California Hedge Clippers, released the names Tuesday as part of a broader campaign to extend Proposition 30 in the November election. The temporary schools-funding tax passed in 2012 and is set to expire at the end of 2018. By Howard Blume, Maloy Moore and Doug Smith, Los Angeles Times

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