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Molly Munger Continues Fighting For Proposition 38

Shako Liu, Roonhee Ko, Shunqi Lin |
November 6, 2012 | 9:18 p.m. PST

Staff Reporters

Molly Munger (Paresh Dave/Neon Tommy).
Molly Munger (Paresh Dave/Neon Tommy).
The Yes on Proposition 38 campaign held a private reception on South Flower Street in Los Angeles Tuesday night while waiting for the election’s result. Molly Munger, the primary advocate behind Proposition 38, attended briefly and expressed her belief in promoting increasing taxes on earnings using a sliding scale for 12 years. 

Munger said protecting children's rights is important and Proposition 38 is the only initiative that helps promote early childhood programs.

She also said she will keep fighting for Proposition 38 if she loses the campaign. 



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Anonymous (not verified) on November 11, 2012 3:45 PM

You made an error in your story, which you should correct. Molly Munger was not at the reception "briefly." She was there for the entire 3 hours that the reception lasted. Next time, check your facts.

mcdez (not verified) on November 7, 2012 4:05 PM

It's a shame Prop 38 didn't pass. Even with Prop 30 CA schools will remain 47th in the nation in per pupil spending. And even with prop 30 school districts will struggle financially to provide a well rounded, 21st century education for all students. It will be up to local parents and communities to fund their own educational foundations, PTAs and possible city parcel taxes to keep their local schools viable and vital. The gap between the "have" public school districts and the "have not" public school districts will grow even wider, inequity will remain rampant and our children, communities and state will pay the price.