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    Posted: July 1, 2016 | Posted by CBPA | No Comments

    Secretary of State Alex Padilla announced that seventeen measures have qualified for the November 2016 ballot – the most propositions to appear since March 2000.   Two of the measures were placed on the ballot by the Legislature and 15 qualified through the initiative and referendum process. Ballot order and proposition numbers will be assigned and announced by close of business today.

    We have already taken a position on two ballot measures, support for a $9B School Bond and opposition to the so-called “Cortopassi Initiative” which will force statewide votes on some local projects funded by revenue bonds.

    Click here to take a look at summaries for all the initiatives that range from legalization of recreational marijuana to cigarette taxes to death penalty reform.  It will be a very interesting campaign season!

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