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Californians will vote on a dozen ballot measures this fall, a decline from the 17 that appeared during the last presidential election — but still a testament to the fact that “citizens love ...
Animal rights gone too far? California voters will decide on Proposition 12 chicken cage ban. Proposition 12 would mandate that egg-laying chickens no longer be caged.
Ballotpedia: The Encyclopedia of American Politics. What is a bond measure in California? In California, the state sells general obligation bonds to investors, who are in effect providing funds to the state that the state repays the investors with interest over a period of time.
Prop 4 would provide $1.5 billion to build, expand, renovate, and equip children’s hospitals in California. California’s regional children’s hospitals treat children with serious diseases, regardless of their family’s ability to pay.
Results Votes % Yes: 5,063,537: 58.93%: No: 3,529,432 41.07% Valid votes 8,592,969 96.54% Invalid or blank votes 307,667 3.46% Total votes: 8,900,636: 100.00%
What are Propositions 58 and 193? Proposition 58, effective November 6, 1986, is a constitutional amendment approved by the voters of California which excludes from reassessment transfers of real property between parents and children.
Ballot measures or ballot propositions are proposals to enact new laws or constitutional amendments or repeal existing laws or constitutional amendments that are placed on the ballot for approval or rejection by the electorate.