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November 8, 2014 4:00 PM

Playing hardball with UCs puts students in middle

Janet Napolitano and Gov. Jerry Brown should not use students and their parents as cannon fodder in their brewing battle over the UC budget. Both have obligations to Californians they need to meet first.

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