Wednesday, November 16, 2016

UC Regents Consider Tuition, Trump, Union Wages and Fossil Fuels

The University of California’s Board of Regents is holding its first meeting since the election. The two day meeting in San Francisco kicked off with public comment on a range of issues from students, faculty and staff, including possible tuition increases, labor negotiations, divestment from fossil fuels, and the impact of the election of Donald Trump.
Christopher Martinez reports from San Francisco.