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Come November, voters in the San Diego Unified School District will be asked to weigh in on a construction bond.
The district wants voters to approve a tax increase of $60 per $100,000 of assessed property value to raise $2.8 billion for construction.
In the latest edition of San Diego Explained, our Will Carless and NBC 7 San Diego’s Catherine Garcia break down the specifics.
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