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The University of California Board of Regents voted Thursday to cap out-of-state enrollment at 18 percent of undergraduate enrollment at the five campuses currently below that level. But for the other four campuses -- generally those with the most admissions demand -- current out-of-state levels may be maintained. At the University of California, Berkeley, that rate is more than 24 percent, and the San Diego and Los Angeles campuses both have rates over 22 percent. The policy was adopted as Governor Jerry Brown, a Democrat, and legislators have pushed the system to admit more Californians.

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