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FUNDING FOR AFTER SCHOOL EDUCATIONAL, GANG PREVENTION PROGRAMS. INITIATIVE STATUTE. Increases sales and use tax 1/10 (one-tenth) percent on July 1, 2001, to fund educational, cultural, outdoor, and gang prevention programs for pupils under age 21 in grades K-12, continuation or alternative schools. Educational programs receive 70 percent. Designated organizations granted funds to improve math and science learning. Competitive grants for programs operated by schools and nonprofit corporations. Some funds reserved for programs at museums, science, and nature centers. Gang prevention programs receive 30 percent. Funds granted to selected music organizations and state departments for programs or competitive grants. Summary of estimate by Legislative Analyst and Director of Finance of fiscal impact on state and local governments: This measure would result in an annual increase in state revenues of $430 million, with the proceeds used for after-school education and gang prevention programs.
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Funding For After School Educational, Gang Prevention Programs. California Initiative 845 (1999).