Thursday, September 10, 2009

Bill Would Ban CSU Exec Raises During Budget Cuts

A bill to prohibit CSU and UC executive pay increases during bad budget years has been revived. From the San Francisco Chronicle:

If signed into law, SB86 by Sen. Leland Yee, D-San Francisco, would prevent CSU from raising executive pay and increasing perks such as housing or car allowances in years when the university gets less money from the state than the year before.

The executive officers covered include the chancellor, vice chancellors, executive vice chancellors, the general counsel, the Trustees' secretary, and campus presidents.


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