Marvin Morales marches at a rally last month at California State University, Sacramento, to demonstrate that students will stand with faculty if they are forced to strike. Two weeks after negotiating a 10.5 percent pay hike, the union that represents CSU faculty helped lead an effort to kill legislation that might have helped some students graduate within four years.
Marvin Morales marches at a rally last month at California State University, Sacramento, to demonstrate that students will stand with faculty if they are forced to strike. Two weeks after negotiating a 10.5 percent pay hike, the union that represents CSU faculty helped lead an effort to kill legislation that might have helped some students graduate within four years. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com
Marvin Morales marches at a rally last month at California State University, Sacramento, to demonstrate that students will stand with faculty if they are forced to strike. Two weeks after negotiating a 10.5 percent pay hike, the union that represents CSU faculty helped lead an effort to kill legislation that might have helped some students graduate within four years. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com

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