San Francisco officials are engaged in a major political battle over whether the city can end tuition charges at City College of San Francisco, The San Francisco Examiner reported. City voters approved a measure in November that would create the funds that city officials said prior to the election would be used to make CCSF free. But voters rejected other tax proposals, and now the city is scrambling to make up for revenue it had been planning on but will not receive because those taxes were voted down. Some have suggested that the city can't afford to make tuition free for CCSF, but others say the pledge should be kept.
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