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  • Assemblywoman Catharine Baker to UC: 'Do not be tone deaf'

    Assemblywoman Catharine Baker, R-Dublin, was not impressed with the University of California's response to a highly critical state audit at a hearing on Wednesday, April 6, 2016. Howle argued that thousands of students have been displaced through recent policies increasing recruitment and enrollment of students from outside the state and overseas.

Assemblywoman Catharine Baker, R-Dublin, was not impressed with the University of California's response to a highly critical state audit at a hearing on Wednesday, April 6, 2016. Howle argued that thousands of students have been displaced through recent policies increasing recruitment and enrollment of students from outside the state and overseas. Courtesy of The California Channel
Assemblywoman Catharine Baker, R-Dublin, was not impressed with the University of California's response to a highly critical state audit at a hearing on Wednesday, April 6, 2016. Howle argued that thousands of students have been displaced through recent policies increasing recruitment and enrollment of students from outside the state and overseas. Courtesy of The California Channel
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UC spent $158,000 on campaign to counter critical state audit

June 28, 2016 5:00 AM

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