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Proposition 66

Proposition 66 would change the state’s death penalty process. A “yes” vote on the initiative will speed up the process; a “no” vote will leave the current system unchanged. With the current system, prisoners sentenced to death can file appeals ...
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Proposition 67

Proposition 67 is proof of how difficult it is to pass environmentally-friendly laws, even in a liberal state like California. A yes vote on Prop. 67 would uphold Senate Bill 270 (passed in 2014) which banned grocery stores from using ...
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Sen. Isadore Hall celebrates endorsements for Congressional run

State Sen. Isadore Hall said he first went into politics to right wrongs in his community. He has a track record of proposing legislation to effect positive change, such as proposing laws that led to the first “green” football stadium, ...
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Nanette Barragan feels she can better represent the people of the 44th district

Nanette Barragan never planned on a career in politics. It was something she fell into when she was at USC Law School. As the child of immigrants, her parents taught her to go to school to study a career that ...
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Proposition 65

Proposition 65 is called the Dedication of Revenue from Disposable Bag Sales to Wildlife Conservation Fund Initiative and is designed to require all monies that come from the sale of carryout bags from grocery or other retail locations to go ...
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Proposition 64

While some states have voted to allow the growth, sale and use of marijuana for medical purposes, California is proposing to allow recreational growth and use of the drug, with some restrictions and a 15 percent tax.
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Proposition 57

This proposition has Gov. Jerry Brown on one side and child safety advocate Marc Klass on the other. Proposition 57 allows parole consideration for persons convicted of nonviolent felonies upon completion of full prison term for primary offense, as defined ...
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Proposition 58

Proposition 58 seeks to repeal most of Proposition 227 from 1998, which prohibited the use of non-English languages in the state’s public schools.
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Proposition 58

Proposition 58 seeks to repeal most of Proposition 227 from 1998, which prohibited the use of non-English languages in the state’s public schools.

Proposition 57

This proposition has Gov. Jerry Brown on one side and child safety advocate Marc Klass on the other. Proposition 57 allows parole consideration for persons convicted of nonviolent felonies upon completion of full prison term for primary offense, as defined ...

Proposition 56

While cigarette use has dramatically declined over the years, there are a lot of people who still indulge, and despite media campaigns to discourage smoking, young people, especially teens, still seem prone to try them. Adding to the situation is ...

Skyrocketing EpiPen price causes outrage

A Riverside County mom could get help from Golden State voters in a fight for her life, if they pass a proposition this November intended to lower prescription drug prices.
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Proposition 55

Proposition 55 will definitely be opposed by those with incomes that exceed $250,000 a year, because it addresses those people specifically to continue to pay a personal income tax, with proceeds going to education and healthcare. According to the proposition, ...
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Proposition 55

Proposition 55 will definitely be opposed by those with incomes that exceed $250,000 a year, because it addresses those people specifically to continue to pay a personal income tax, with proceeds going to education and healthcare.
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The NNPA launches Black voter turnout project

The National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) proudly asserts that, “We are the authentic voice of Black America. We must use that voice as an urgent clarion call for a massive, historic and unprecedented Black American voter turnout on November 8, ...
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