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Union-Tribune Quotes 2 NO on E Voters, But Allows CUSD to Lie & Regurgitate Worthless Campaign Promises Without Challenge, Vote NO on Prop E

can you buy propecia over the counter Union-Tribune Article Prints Some Truth About Prop E Union-Tribune reporter Caroline Bidding’s article “Coronado Schools Seeking $29 Million Bond” in today’s paper quotes two NO on Prop E voters. “I’m just convinced they (the district) not only don’t need our

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Del Mar Voted NO on School Bond in 2012, Vote NO on Prop E on June 3

San Diego Is the Wrong Comparison You have to be amused by CUSD. When you’re an affluent, small school district like CUSD, but you’re trying to make the ridiculous argument that you’re poor because you aren’t getting the State Aid

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How to Read Your Ballot Pamphlet to Understand What Prop E Really Means, Vote NO on Prop E

CUSD Made it Difficult, But Not Impossible, To Understand What Prop E Means Like other school districts seeking additional property tax hikes through additional school bonds, Coronado Unified School District (CUSD) has hidden a lot of important information from voters.

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