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BALLOT PROPOSITIONS & ASSEMBLY BILLS

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Legislative Bills Passed and How They Affect Your Life
 
Ballot Measures to be listed in August.

ACR 82  "MORALITY FREE ZONE"
 
This Bill was passed April 15, 2010 by the California Democratic Legislators. This measure is controversial because it calls on public schools to "enact procedures" against students from pre-kindergarten to High School who speak or write in support of the natural family or against the unnatural lifestyles of "sexual orientation" (homosexuality and bisexuality) and "gender identity" (transsexuality and cross-dressing). This will result in uncontitutional persecution of the peaceful free speech of students, teachers and parents.

MARIJUANA [ FACTS ]
 
If smoked,marijuana's effects typically last for a few hours; if eaten, its effects can last up to 24 hours. Effects vary depending on many factors, such as how much is used, how deeply one inhales and holds the smoke, how old the user is, etc. Since its effects are so unpredictable, users should be aware of possible adverse reactions.
 
 

NOVEMBER 2 BALLOT PROPOSITION MEASURES  
By: Josh Richman, Contra Costa Times, 6/28/2010
Via Secretary of State Debra Bowen
 
PROPOSITION 19:  Legalize recreational marijuana use.   NO
 
PROPOSITION 20:   Adds Congressional reapportionment to the authority of the citizens redistricting commission created by Prop. 11 of 2008                                                           
                                                 YES
 
PROPOSITION 21:  Establish $18 annual vehicle license surcharge to help find state parks and wildlife programs, with free admission to state parks for all surcharged vehicles.   
                                                 NO
 
PROPOSITION 22:   Bars state government from taking, borrowing, shifting or restricting use of tax revenues dedicated by law to fund local government, community redevelopment or transportation projects.            YES
 
PROPOSITION 23:  Rolls back AB 32, the states landmark greenhouse gas emissions law, until the state's unemployment rate drops to 5.5 percent or less for four consecutive quarters   YES
 
PROPOSITION 24:  Repeals recently enacted corporate tax breaks letting businesses carry back losses, share tax credits and use a sales-based income calculation to lower taxable income.        NO
 
PROPOSITION 25:   Reduces legislative vote requirement to pass a budget from two-thirds to a simple majority.      NO
 
PROPOSITION 26:  Increases legislative vote requirement to impose state levies and charges from a simple majority to two-thirds.      YES
 
PROPOSITION 27:  Eliminates citizens redistricting commission created by Prop. 11 of 2008, putting all reapportionment authority back in the Legislatures hands.           NO

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Lady Cage-Barile
Teacher,  Enterpreneur, Consultant