SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- San Francisco supervisors voted to make city college tuition-free.
The proposal would eliminate enrollment fees for students who are San Francisco residents or working at least part-time in the city.
To help cover the cost, the measure would raise taxes on property sales over $5 million.
Voters will have the final say during the November election. CCSF ended free tuition in 1983.
San Francisco Supes vote to make SF City College tuition free