We have thirteen issues on the ballot this time. There are a bunch of bond issues, some of them hugely expensive. There are also some propositions which are very misleading.
Election Day is Tuesday, November 7th. You can also vote before then at Early Voting locations. Check your sample ballot, or ask your county's Registrar of Voters to find out where. For instance, in Alameda County you can vote at the Registrar's office in downtown Oakland, among other places.
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However, 42 did have a provision for suspending this raid on the general fund if 2/3rds of the legislature and the governor declare a fiscal emergency. The money that would have gone to transportation still has to be repaid later when the emergency is over. Proposition 1A removes this "loophole". The result will be less flexibility for California's budget process in lean years. I say no.
If you want more, take a look at the arguments in favor of and against 83 in your Voter Information Guide. Don't bother actually reading them, just look. The arguments in favor of 83 are full of ALL CAPITAL LETTERS trying to SCARE YOU. How rude.
There is a lot of money advocating No on this issue. In fact if you look at the Goodle ads at the top of this page you'll probably see an ads for "Stop86.org" and "noprop86.org" claiming that it's unfair or a money grab by hospitals. What a laugh. Of course it's the tobacco companies paying for those ads.
I'm sure the oil companies will be spending a lot of money to defeat it!
A lot of people were outraged by this, myself included, so it's not surprising to see something on the ballot to prohibit it. However, 90 does more than that.
It also requires governments to pay compensation for any actions that decrease someone's property value in any way. Any new environmental regulation, zoning changes etc. would run into this provision. It would be a huge disaster, as it has been in Oregon which passed a similar law in 2004. The results there show that rather than pay out thousands of claims, governments simple stop implementing any new land-use regulations.
Are you ready to permanently freeze land-use policy as it is right now? I'm not. Vote no.