California Voters To Vote On Bond Program For Schools

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California voters will decide next March on a $15 billion bond program supporters promise will build new classrooms, labs, and libraries for school. Governor Gavin Newsom signed the legislation yesterday calling it a package which will help young students.

Newsom says the bond package will help improve rundown, unsafe facilities which make things difficult for students to learn. Senate President Toni Atkins praised Newsom for the decision on Twitter tweeting how important it was to help schools and universities.