Story in the morning rag this morning about it. The UofA and Washington are the only two schools in the Pac-12 who don't have it, and the fee will enable students to go to sporting events for free. Needed to supplement private funding for the long-overdue renovations in Arizona Stadium. True to form, The People's Daily Star interviewed a female graduate student who doesn't care about sports. Kind of like the gal in SoCal who tried to start up a tie-died "bring back the 60s" publicity stunt/hobby to protest our Haka dance. (Re-worked version soon to come, Michael Eletise.) Shockingly, she opposes the fee, which would only affect new students, but not current ones. Like her. ASu's got it and we need it. Like college basketball refs, the ABOR needs to rule the same way at both ends of the court.
NOTE: A completely separate argument is the Arizona Constitutional requirement that the legislature nearly fully fund the state's educational institutions, which they haven't done. The reality is that we're where we are. So, if that's your issue, work to vote out the current legislative members who vote against appropriate funding for higher education resulting in higher student costs, but don't expect the UofA to continue trying to compete with one arm tied behind its back.