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STATEWIDE PROPOSITIONS: WHAT DO THE RESULTS REALLY MEAN?

Miriam Raftery
 

November 3, 2010 (San Diego’s East County) – Decisions made by California voters on yesterday’s ballot propositions will have broad ramifications on the state budget process, redistricting, the environment and more. Here are the results – and what passage of some key measures could mean.

PROP 19: HIGH STAKES INITIATIVE

 

By Mary Paulet

 

October 31, 2010 (San Diego’s East County) – Advocates believe passage of Proposition 19 would generate millions in tax revenues for our cash-strapped state by legalizing marijuana. Opponents point to a threatened federal lawsuit which could cost the state money to defend, also voicing safety concerns. With such high stakes, Prop 19 is worthy of close scrutiny by voters.

BAFFLED BY BALLOT INITIATIVES? VIEW ENDORSEMENTS & RECOMMENDATIONS BY KEY GROUPS

 

October 12, 2010 (San Diego’s East County) -- CaliforniaChoices.org, a nonpartisan organization, has compiled a very helpful chart that lists each of the propositions on the November 2 California ballot, as well as which organizations, political parties, and prominent individuals have endorsed “yes” or “no” positions on each of the measures:
http://californiachoices.org/ballot-measures-2010-11/endorsements

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