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Monday, Nov 01, 2010
Ventura Unified School District voters are being asked to approve a $96.00 a year percel tax to raise more than four million dollars annually to help cope with the impacts of state funding cuts.
KCLU's Lance Orozco looks at Measure H, in the latest of our series of reports on Election 2010.