The Students’ Association approved the Little I budget of their meeting on Monday, Feb. 21
The Little I budget request, which was originally at $15,000, was approved at $10,00 after manager Brian Fruechte and other Little I members made cuts in the budget.
In other business:
*SA president Amanda Mattingly and senator Ryan Brunner presented the Third B tax issue at the meeting. The tax is on prepared foods that, if passed, will affect SDSU students living in residence halls who are required to buy meal plans. Due to the lack of Brookings City Council support, each senator was asked to petition 30 signatures to request that the issue go to a ballot.