School bond measure may appear before CA voters on Nov. 4
LA School Report | June 27, 2014
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Via Sacramento Bee | By Jim Miller
A multibillion dollar water bond isn’t the only borrowing measure that could show up on voters’ ballots this fall.
This week, legislation that would place a state school bond before voters Nov. 4 cleared another legislative committee with support from both sides of the aisle.
Yet there remain multiple unknowns about Assembly Bill 2235: the amount of the bond, whether it will get the backing of Gov. Jerry Brown, and if it can be approved in time to make it onto the November ballot. Today is the official deadline for the Legislature to place a measure on the fall ballot, but lawmakers previously have approved November ballot measures much later in the summer.