Opinion: We Got it Right With Prop 209; No on 16

OC Register, Senator Bob Huff (ret.) 7.29.20 Here we go again. In 2014, while flexing their newly found two-thirds supermajority, the state Senate passed Senate Constitutional Amendment 5 (SCA5) and sent it to the Assembly for their vote. As Senate minority leader then, my wife Mei Mei and I were at the epicenter of the … Read more Opinion: We Got it Right With Prop 209; No on 16

Report: Prop 16 Implications for Higher Education

Center for Equal Opportunity 9.9.20 (Falls Church, VA) The Center for Equal Opportunity (CEO) today released a new report, If California Restores Race Discrimination: Implications for Higher Education, which demonstrates how race may once again dominate the college admissions process if voters adopt Proposition 16 on the ballot in California this November. Proposition 16 seeks … Read more Report: Prop 16 Implications for Higher Education

PPIC REPORT: Affirmative Action and Higher Education in California

Earlier this summer, the state legislature voted to place Proposition 16 on the November ballot. If passed, Proposition 16 would repeal a nearly 25-year-old ban on affirmative action (Proposition 209). Since 1996, Proposition 209 has prohibited California’s public higher education institutions from considering race, sex, or ethnicity in admissions. The debate on affirmative action is … Read more PPIC REPORT: Affirmative Action and Higher Education in California