To not use tax revenues earmarked to the state School Aid Fund in the university and community college budgets, but instead use non-earmarked revenue. Although the state constitution explicitly authorizes using SAF money for higher education, the public school establishment contends that the 1994 Proposal A initiative earmarking a sales tax increase to the SAF means it can only be used for K-12 schools.
|18 Yeas / 18 Nays|
|Republican (7 Yeas / 18 Nays)|
|Democrat (11 Yeas / 0 Nays)|
|Excused or Not Voting (1)|