Monthly Archives: October 2010

Prop 24 – Repeal Business Tax Cuts (i.e. Increase Business Taxes)

Proposition 24 – Repeals recent legislation that would allow businesses to lower their tax liability. Initiative Statute. Measure Details: Repeals three recent laws that allowed businesses to pay lower taxes. Repeals a 2008 law (passed by the legislature and signed … Continue reading

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Prop 23 – Suspend AB32 (the Global Warming Solutions Act)

  Proposition 23 – Suspends implementation of air pollution control law (AB32) requiring major sources of emissions to report and reduce greenhouse gas emissions that cause global warming, until unemployment drops to 5.5 percent of less for full year. Initiative … Continue reading

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Prop 22 – Walling Off Transportation, Redevelopment, and Local Government Funds

  Proposition 22 – Prohibits the state from borrowing or taking funds used for transportation, redevelopment, or local government projects and services. Initiative Constitutional Amendment. Measure Details: Walls off funds for transportation, redevelopment and local government projects and services, preventing the … Continue reading

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don’t worry if you don’t have any friends. it’s technology’s fault.

Last week, I was lucky enough to be able to travel to NYC to spend the long weekend with a bunch of my college friends. Since school, we have scattered to all corners of the country (Boston, NYC, DC, SF, … Continue reading

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Prop 19 Update

Since I wrote this post on Prop 19 a few weeks ago, Eric Holder announced that the U.S. Government will continue to “aggressively” prosecute federal drug laws related to marijuana in California. What does that mean for Prop 19? Well … Continue reading

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don’t miss this – 10.19.10

Michael Kinsley has a great piece at Politico about the wealthy complaining about how they’re not really that wealthy. The effects of Citizens United. Obama could choose not to argue the constitutionality of DADT, but I don’t have my fingers … Continue reading

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Prop 21 – Vehicle Fee for State Parks

  Proposition 21 – Establishes $18 annual vehicle license surcharge to help fund 21 state parks and wildlife programs. Grants surcharged vehicles free admission to all state parks. Initiative statute. Measure Details: Levies an $18 annual fee on all vehicles. … Continue reading

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