Here's the rundown on propositions approved and rejected in California -
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California propositions: All you need to know about bonds KXTV - 05 Oct 2018
The first four propositions on California's statewide ballot this November would all take out new bonds. That sounds a bit dry, so let's try this: They want to borrow billions of dollars now to spend on stuff. And then spend billions more of your tax ...
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Gas Tax, Housing Among Propositions on California Ballot

U.S. News & World Report - 06 Oct 2018
Puts forth $1.5 billion in bonds for the construction, expansion, renovation, and equipping of children's hospitals in California. Seventy-two percent would go to eight nonprofit hospitals; 18 percent would be allocated for five University of ...
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FOX 11 In Depth: Debating the CA November Ballot Propositions

FOX 11 Los Angeles - 15 Oct 2018
That's the group saying we'll suffer more if the repeal-proposition is passed. She and DeMaio attack back and forth on everything including their groups perspectives on the tax and how to pay for California infrastructure needs. They both agree there ...
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KGO-TV - 15 Oct 2018
2018 VOTER GUIDE: A look at all the California propositions. The deadline to register to vote in person is Tuesday, Nov. 6 - which is Election Day. Californians who miss the Oct. 22 registration deadline will have all the way up to Election Day to ...
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Good Morning Truckee reviews California propositions

Sierra Sun - 08 Oct 2018
This November, California voters will have 11 propositions to weigh in on. Propositions include everything from affordable housing funding, the price of gas, rent control to more "esoteric" issues such as should state lawmakers be given the opportunity ...
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California propositions and the bonds that fund them KXTV - 05 Oct 2018
California propositions and the bonds that fund them. Unable to load video. If Props 1-4 all pass, California taxpayers would pay more than $32 billion over the next four decades to finance $16 billion of spending right now. It's up to you to decide if ...

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