California’s after-school programs still waiting on cannabis tax money

Mercury News - 29 days ago

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Supporters of California’s publicly funded After School Education and Safety programs — which educate and care for nearly 500,000 low-income elementary and middle school kids — were encouraged in 2016 when they heard and read the ads that supported the state’s ballot measure to legalize the recreational use of marijuana.

The Tall one: what happen to the lottery money that goes to schools. Certain % of money collected for school. who knows how much school receive, or is it same as gas tax No money for roads but money for illegals

StephanieJ: The schools waste so much money already, they cant be trusted with new money.

randy potter: if money is going to the school's it sure isn't going to the schools in northern California

Comments

Xenia Lyda - 28 days ago
the government needs to pay up I agree with the tall one ur right f- that we were doing just fine selling weed illegally and getting the profit to buy our kids things they needed for school and now wtf they need to pay the schools there money
randy potter - 28 days ago
if money is going to the school's it sure isn't going to the schools in northern California
The Tall one - 28 days ago
what happen to the lottery money that goes to schools. Certain % of money collected for school. who knows how much school receive, or is it same as gas tax No money for roads but money for illegals
StephanieJ - 28 days ago
The schools waste so much money already, they cant be trusted with new money.

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