Trying to toe the line without crossing over into advocacy, Los Angeles Unified's finance chief on Tuesday outlined the impacts of the two proposed tax-hike initiatives that would pump revenue into an education system she said is now "running on fumes."
During an "informational" presentation to the school board's Budget Committee, Chief Financial Officer Megan Reilly predicted that the kinds of layoffs and program cuts seen over the last five years would continue in the future without an infusion of cash from Propositions 30 or 38.
"Either the state has to get more revenue or there have to be cuts. One or the other has to give," she said.
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