On October 11th, the Attorney General California received the College for All Act of California. You can read the entire text of the act that would make California public higher education free again here.
In summary The College for All act is:
Creates a grant that covers undergraduate tuition for all California residents regardless of income level at any California Community College, California State University, or University of California.
Increases the maximum Cal Grant living expense aid for working class students by 80% to help ease the burden of non-tuition costs.
Expands Cal Grant eligibility to more than 330,000 working class students currently excluded because they don’t attend college directly from high school, formerly incarcerated students and for undocumented students considered residents under AB130.
Raises approximately $4 Billion in new revenue dedicated entirely to student aid by taxing the inheritances of the wealthiest 0.2% of California’s families who would pay an estate tax on any amount over $7 million ($3.5 million for individuals).