By Erik Galicia Tomorrow California voters will decide whether or not to make way for $15 billion in bonds for projects at public schools. Not to be confused with the state’s 1978 Proposition 13 that capped property tax rate increases at 1%, this year’s Proposition 13, also known as the School and College Facilities Bond,
By Samantha Bartholomew California voters will be voting on 11 propositions Nov. 6, ranging from rent control and the transportation tax and even getting rid of daylight saving. Proposition 1 Affordable Housing And Home-Purchase Assistance For Veterans: If passed, Proposition 1 would authorize the sale of $4 billion in bonds to finance existing housing programs,
Campus Views is an open forum for Riverside City College students to voice their own opinions, views and ideas.
The campus question for the Dec. 1 issue is: How do you feel about the 2016 Election results?
The California electorate will be asked to choose between two competing death penalty measures on Nov. 8: one that seeks to speed up executions, another to eliminate them entirely.