On May 23, the Senate committee proposed spending $95 million more than Gov. Brown included in his May Revise of the 2014-15 state budget. CSU and the entire CSU community have been asking for the additional funding boost since January, when Brown suggested an increase of $125 million for the system. The extra Assembly and Senate funding would be contingent on a moratorium on controversial “student success fees.” These fees, which vary from campus to campus, have been implemented at 11 of the 23 CSU campuses to generate revenue for initiatives that improve student success and completion rates. The budget that is approved by each house will next go to a joint Assembly/Senate budget conference committee before being sent to Gov. Brown for final action, which includes his ability to line-item veto and/or reduce funding of any budget items. Read a May 27 Sacramento Bee article with further details .