California Voters Weigh Making Facilities Bonds Easier To Pass.

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A clause in California's constitution requires school bonds to garner a two-thirds majority in order to pass.On March 7, California voters will decide whether that 121-year-old clause has had its day. Proposition 26, on the ballot statewide, would lower the percent of votes required to pass school bonds to a simple majority. [Free subscriber registration is required.]
Author: 
Sandham, Jessica
Journal: 
Education Week
Publication Date: 
02/29/2000
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