Pros and Cons: Inside California's Ballot Propositions

The Monrovia and Duarte chambers of commerce are sponsoring a ballot proposition forum tomorrow.

Do you know all you need to know to make an informed vote on the state's ballot propositions next month?

The Monrovia and Duarte chambers of commerce will jointly sponsor a public information event to discuss the California ballot measures on Oct. 9. The forum will be held in the Community Room at the Monrovia Public Library.

RSVP by calling 626 358-1159 or emailing kr@monroviacc.com.

Monrovia Chamber October 03, 2012 at 03:28 PM
The location of the event stated here is incorrect. The public information meeting on the ballot propositions is being held in the Community Room at Monrovia Library, 321 S. Myrtle Ave. The event begins at 6:30pm, seating space is limited, so you may want to arrive a little early. Best regards, Monrovia Chamber of Commerce
Nathan McIntire October 03, 2012 at 03:47 PM
Fixed, apologies for the error.
Karen Suarez October 03, 2012 at 08:25 PM
Yes30, NO31, NO32, NO33, Yes34, Yes35, Yes36, Yes37, NO38, Yes 39, Yes40
Gayle M. Montgomery October 03, 2012 at 08:32 PM
I just wrote about No on 32 in another thread, but for those who are thinking of yes, don't waste California taxpayers. This is a stare decisis matter (already adjudicated/ruled). This bill wants to exclude unions and companies from contributing to elections but its sponsors like big oil exempted themselves and a bunch of their cronies. But the Supremes already decided that campaign contributions are a form of First Amendment expression, ergo the corporate personhood. If corporations are people, then unions are people, and the First Amendment still stands. Largely, if this is passed, it will be fought in the courts, most probably all the way to SCOTUS, very costly to its citizens, and the matter will not prevail in court. One can argue States' Rights, but States' Rights can never abridge the Constitution. This is largely a giant exercise in stupidity, and if you're concerned about your tax dollars being wasted, the obvious thing to do is to vote this turkey down. It abridges the First Amendment for many while leaving it only for its sponsors. So unConstitutional, it should NEVER have made the ballot. Period.


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