Daily News (Los Angeles) — Gov. Jerry Brown urged California State University officials Tuesday to operate more efficiently on a tighter budget and forgo any plans for future tuition hikes.
In Tuesday’s meeting at the Chancellor’s Office in Long Beach, CSU officials said the funding falls short of the $371 million needed to pay for items including salary raises, maintenance and increases in enrollment.
The article was published Jan. 22, 2013, and appeared in other Los Angeles News Group and Bay Area News Group newspapers.
Read the complete article at “Gov. Brown tells CSU to ‘live within our means.’”