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COSA Board adopts resolution supporting Measures 66 and 67 Print E-mail

The COSA Board has adopted a resolution supporting a "yes" vote on ballot measures 66 and 67.  The measures, scheduled for the January 26 ballot, would provide $733 million for Oregon schools, healthcare, public safety and services for seniors and the disadvantaged.

Revenue from the corporate and personal income tax measures is already included in the 2009-11 state budget.  The legislature cut education, human services, public safety and other state programs by nearly $2 billion; if the measures are defeated, another $733 would need to be cut from the state budget, including an estimated $285 million from K-12 budgets.

COSA has developed a set of resources school leaders can access to learn more about the measures, as well as share information with local audiences:

For more information about the statewide campaign in support of the ballot measures, please contact Defend Oregon.

This page was last updated on Friday, November 20, 2009 .