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Tax the wealthy: Yes on Proposition 55

A yes vote on Proposition 55 will keep a tax in place on the wealthy to provide funding for public schools. Yes votes for Proposition 55 are imperative this Nov. 8 election because the maintaining of our schools should be of the utmost importance. Proposition 55 was initially passed in 2012 as a tax on…

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Say Yes to Tobacco Tax

Editorial Board   The Nov. 8 general election is quickly approaching. The election offers voters the opportunity to the chance to vote on propositions, such as the the $2 tax increase on tobacco.   This tax, Proposition 56, would increase the tax on tobacco and tobacco-related products like e-cigarettes. This would bring the tobacco tax…

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Puff, puff, pass Proposition 64

Election Day is Nov. 8 and Citrus students will have an opportunity to vote on many different propositions, especially Proposition 64, the legalization of recreational marijuana use. Proposition 64 deserves a yes vote this Election Day, so get out and go vote. If Proposition 64 passes with enough yes votes it will no longer be…

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Clinton sets presidential precedent

Despite the outcome of the Nov. 8 election, this presidential race marks a significant milestone for women. Hillary Clinton has opened the door for little girls, sisters, daughters, aunts, mothers, and grandmothers to add another possibility to their list of aspirations: President of the United States. In 2008, Clinton made a speech at the National…

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EDITORIAL: Transferring: Conquering fear of unknown

Students must overcome fear of transferring to a four-year university. Transferring to a four-year can be stressful, exhausting and downright scary. Spring semester is about halfway done and many students are preparing to make the change. Top fears most students face when transferring are financial troubles, transferable classes and making the wrong decision on what…