LA Times endorses SB 330
Tell the Governor to sign the bill

Momentum continues to grow for the passage of Senate Bill 330: Transparency in public higher ed auxiliaries.

On Tuesday, the Los Angeles Times published an editorial urging the governor to sign the bill into law.

The Times wrote that keeping campus auxiliaries outside the purview of the California Public Records Act (CPRA) has “fostered secrecy, which in turn has bred abuse. Thankfully, the Legislature has passed a bill to correct it, and the governor now has the opportunity to sign it. He should.”

Read the editorial

SB 330 will bring greater transparency and accountability to the ways in which fees, revenues from campus businesses and private donations are used at the California State University, University of California and California Community Colleges by placing the institutions’ subsidiary organizations – known as “auxiliaries” – under the scope of the CPRA without creating new state costs.

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