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The University of California Board of Regents delayed voting on increasing tuition, following opposition to tuition hikes from student groups.
 (Chengcheng Zhang/Daily Bruin)

UC Board of Regents postpones vote on tuition increase to May

The University of California Board of Regents deferred voting on a tuition increase until its May meeting. The Board of Regents was originally scheduled to vote on a 2.5 percent tuition hike at its Wednesday meeting, but UC President Janet Napolitano said she thinks the University should advocate for increased funding from the state legislature. Read more...

Photo: The University of California Board of Regents delayed voting on increasing tuition, following opposition to tuition hikes from student groups. (Chengcheng Zhang/Daily Bruin)

The University of California Board of Regents delayed voting on increasing tuition, following opposition to tuition hikes from student groups.
 (Chengcheng Zhang/Daily Bruin)

Associated Students of UCLA has been using UCPath, a University of California-wide program, for its payroll system since Jan. 2. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCPath program launches at ASUCLA, digitalizing UC payroll system

Associated Students of UCLA employees now receive their pay through a new University of California-wide payroll system. The UC Payroll, Academic Personnel, Timekeeping and Human Resources project, a uniform center for managing payroll across the UC’s campuses, launched at ASUCLA on Jan. Read more...

Photo: Associated Students of UCLA has been using UCPath, a University of California-wide program, for its payroll system since Jan. 2. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Associated Students of UCLA has been using UCPath, a University of California-wide program, for its payroll system since Jan. 2. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Enja Eriksen, the manager of a medical marijuana dispensary called Paradise Collective, said she thinks high marijuana taxes will force the dispensary to increase the prices of the products it sells. (Marley Maron/Daily Bruin)

Experts say marijuana taxes unlikely to weed out customers

New marijuana taxes that go into effect January may increase prices, but probably will not reduce marijuana consumption, said several policy experts and dispensary staff. California voters approved Proposition 64 in November 2016, allowing residents over the age of 21 to possess up to one ounce of marijuana and grow up to six plants. Read more...

Photo: Enja Eriksen, the manager of a medical marijuana dispensary called Paradise Collective, said she thinks high marijuana taxes will force the dispensary to increase the prices of the products it sells. (Marley Maron/Daily Bruin)

Enja Eriksen, the manager of a medical marijuana dispensary called Paradise Collective, said she thinks high marijuana taxes will force the dispensary to increase the prices of the products it sells. (Marley Maron/Daily Bruin)


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