Thank you for helping us spread the word about the new IPS report “Restoring Opportunity: Taxing Wealth to Fund College for All in California” Please use the hashtag #CollegeForAll when sharing with your community.

Below are some sample Twitter and Facebook posts. You can find the key findings and full report here.

Twitter:

According to a new @IPS_DC report, California lost $18 billion in revenue to tax cuts for the wealthy since 2003. Meanwhile college tuition increased by 70 percent, shifting the cost of college on to students and their parents. #CollegeForAll http://www.ips-dc.org/report-restoring-opportunity-california/

A movement is underway to restore debt-free higher education to California through reviving the state estate tax. Read more in @ips_dc latest report #CollegeForAll http://www.ips-dc.org/report-restoring-opportunity-california/ [IMAGE 2]

. @collegeforallca has generated a ballot initiative campaign focused on the 2020 election to restore the California estate tax, a policy that would generate over $4 billion annually, enough to fund higher ed for 2.5 million students. #CollegeForAll http://www.ips-dc.org/report-restoring-opportunity-california/

New @IPS_DC report on #CollegeForAll presents a model other states can use to give their residents access to higher education without the burden of untenable student debt by restoring the estate tax. http://www.ips-dc.org/report-restoring-opportunity-california/

Latest @IPS_DC report on California found that as the state and college student population population became more racially diverse, state support declined and the burdens of paying for college fell more heavily on students and their families. #CollegeForAll http://www.ips-dc.org/report-restoring-opportunity-california/

Facebook:

According to a new report, due to the repeal of the state’s estate tax California lost $18 billion in revenue to tax cuts for the wealthy since 2003, while college tuition increased by 70 percent – shifting the cost of college on to students and their parents. Read the full report: (link to report) [IMAGE 1]

A movement is underway to restore debt-free higher education to California, through restoring the state estate tax the state would generate over $4 billion annually, enough to fund higher ed for 2.5 million students. Read the full report: (link to report) [IMAGE 2]

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