Friday, September 14, 2012

Two conflicting initiatives on the November ballot gain local support; Prop. 30 & 38 Featured

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According to a story that aired on KMUD Local News for Thurs., Sept. 13:
"Cinnamon O’Neill Paula is a motivated parent, she has 4 boys, one at South Fork High School and 3 attending Leggett.  She’s worked hard to raise money for the schools through PTA and organized to save school bus funding, now she’s hoping more parents will get involved to save what’s left of rural school funding."

Use the player below to hear Terri Klemetson's (KMUD News Cordinator)  interview with Cinnamon O’Neill Paula.

Click here to view Propostion 30

Click here to view Proposition 38

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