Ballot measure: Proposition 38
The measure would increase state income-tax rates for most Californians, generating $10 billion or more a year for 12 years to fund K-12 schools and early-childhood programs.
The Yes on 38 campaign is now running a 30-second TV ad in major media markets in the state.
What's the claim?
"Prop. 38 sends billions in new education dollars straight to our local schools and guarantees the politicians can't touch it." The measure "will restore the education cuts from Sacramento."
Is it true?
Mostly. But the ad doesn't mention that schools face
-- Sharon Noguchi, Staff