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加州參議員劉雲平致信伊利華報

Hi Anne,

Last year Californians were outraged when California State University, in the midst of very difficult economic conditions, raised student fees 12 percent and simultaneously gave a $100,000 raise to the presidential position at San Diego State University. This raise is in addition to the SDSU President's car allowance and $1.1 million dollar home.
CSU's actions generated severe criticism across the state from students, faculty, taxpayers and many editorial boards. Governor Jerry Brown warned CSU that their "...approach to compensation is setting a pattern for public service we cannot afford."
Despite this backlash, CSU has not gotten the point. Instead of creating a policy for its executives that relies on economic and budgeting realities, CSU is prepared to adopt a sweeping new proposal that would justify substantial new raises for virtually all of their presidents across the state.
By asking for adoption of this flawed policy, CSU leadership is essentially telling us to go pound sand.
Tell the CSU to withdraw their misguided executive pay proposal.
On Wednesday, the CSU Board of Trustees will consider this unaffordable and misguided proposal. Not only have I written a letter and white paper to the CSU requesting them to withdraw this proposal, but I intend to attend the meeting and make the case in person.
Tell CSU they are a public institution, not a Wall Street firm. Please add your voice to those opposed to the CSU executive compensation proposal.

Sincerely,

TED W. LIEU
Senator

注:在克利夫蘭長大的美國加尼佛尼亞州參議員劉雲平先生是克城大詩人劉天擎先生之子,在從政路上成就非凡,實爲華人之驕傲與楷模

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 
 
 

 

 

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