SAN FRANCISCO — Californians voted Tuesday to pay higher taxes to help out schools, filling a fiscal hole that could have led to further budget turmoil.

Voters green-lighted Proposition 30, which will raise an estimated $6 billion annually by increasing sales taxes, and income taxes on the wealthy, to maintain funding levels for education.

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