Candice Hannani, feature editor
Prop 30, which will be on California’s November ballot, aims to raise taxes in order to stop additional school-related budget cuts. If passed, the law would protect state colleges and universities from losing over $1 billion a year and increasing tuition costs. If Prop 30 is not passed, however, it will lead to a loss of $250 million for UC and CSU schools, and $550 million for community colleges. UC and CSU would lose an extra $125 million (given by the state to prevent tuition increases), causing a total fall of $375 million for each school system.