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January 2nd, 2005
California has cut funding and raised fees at its state universities for four straight years, making it difficult for UC to compete for the best students both in the United States and abroad.
It also has failed to come through with promised funding for such important endeavors as the California Institutes for Science and Innovation, and it has lacked aggressiveness in attracting national research initiatives, such as the semiconductor industry's proposed Nanoelectronics Research Initiative.
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