FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Candidate responds to UC / Cal State Students fee hikes

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

November 1, 2010



Contact: K.McCowen

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Cage for Assembly Campaign 2010

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Who: Lady Cage, 47th AD Candidate Responds to UC and Cal State Systems Students Fee Hike

What: ( Los Angeles ) As a candidate for the 47th Assembly District, I must always try to understand what it is thatís important to my constituents. It is my pledge to diligently work to accomplish that. Lady Cage is very concern that both public university's budget were hit hard these last two years and they are still being affected. With the cost of living going up, the students have become the filler for the loss of funding from Sacramento.

Online PR News – 01-November-2010 – – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

November 1, 2010

Who: Lady Cage, 47th AD Candidate Responds to UC and Cal State Systems Students Fee Hike

What: ( Los Angeles ) As a candidate for the 47th Assembly District, I must always try to understand what it is thatís important to my constituents. It is my pledge to diligently work to accomplish that. Lady Cage is very concern that both public university's budget were hit hard these last two years and they are still being affected. With the cost of living going up, the students have become the filler for the loss of funding from Sacramento.

More: Thatís just wrong. Legislators and the UC and Cal State System Regents should have a better relationship when deciding the fate of itĎs Students. Without the students, these universities will surely lose employees, and going up on students fees an additional 7% - 10%, would cause many students to simply dropout. In my opinion, I think that these universities should follow the example of New Jerseyís Governor Chris Christie to freeze the cost of living adjustment increases of all of its employees until the economy recovers, so that UC system and the Cal State system would not have to raise student fees. Also, their Regents must start tightening their own belts in regards to teacherís pensions and Administrators salaries.

Further, the State should encourage both public university systems to become more environmentally friendly and to work toward using more green technology. In addition, the universities would educate faculty and students to change their habits to become greener. In return this would reduce the university's expenses and help keep student fees low. We are all in this together.

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