Friday, June 10, 2016

What part of UC was for it? Against it?

California budget deal seeks nonresident enrollment cap at UC

Governor, lawmakers will give university more money if it adopts limit on out-of-state students

Budget does not specify a cap, so UC’s governing board would set terms

Deal also requires UC, CSU to update policy on outside activities for top administrators

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"But several more critical proposals from lawmakers targeting UC were left out of the final deal, including an Assembly recommendation to give the state auditor’s office $1.1 million to annually audit the university’s budget. A deep dive into UC’s spending last year by the Assembly uncovered several items, such as financial aid for nonresidents, that infuriated legislators and further inflamed tensions during an ongoing budget battle.

Another rejected Assembly suggestion would have reversed a deal between the governor and UC to create a new tier for the university’s underfunded pension system. The move was sought by employees unions who argued that shifting the retirement plan away from guaranteed benefits would undermine its stability."


UC delays release of public records in UC Davis, Katehi probe

UC lawyer says releasing public documents to The Bee could jeopardize witness interviews

Investigation is scheduled to conclude Aug. 1, and UC says it may release some records by July 1

Attorney for The Bee says there is no legal defense for withholding public records

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