Gov. Jerry Brown launches final campaign push for Prop 30
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Governor Jerry Brown joins the California Teachers Association in San Francisco this morning to launch a final push to pass Proposition 30.
Proposition 30, also known as the governor's tax initiative, would raise the statewide sales tax to prevent billions of dollars in cuts to schools and colleges.
The governor will hold an 11a.m. news conference with the teachers union.
The State superintendent of public Instruction, Tom Torlakson, will attend events in Santa Rosa and San Jose.
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