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PUBLIC CITIZEN California Proposition Endorsements

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    Today, California voters are facing a number of critical issues on their ballot. Here’s Public Citizen’s take on the ballot propositions that relate to our
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 6, 2012
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      Today, California voters are facing a number of critical issues on their ballot.

      Here�s Public Citizen�s take on the ballot propositions that relate to our work:

      Proposition 32 � NO
      A partisan attack on labor unions misleadingly disguised as campaign finance reform, Proposition 32 would cut off union funding for political activities while leaving political spending by corporations and millionaires virtually untouched. Learn more.

      Proposition 33 � NO
      An insurance-industry backed effort, Proposition 33 would strip consumer protections, enable insurance companies to impose fees and penalties that are currently illegal, and ultimately increase the number of uninsured drivers on the road. Learn more.

      Proposition 37 � YES
      Passage of this initiative will mean consumers will finally be given critical information about the food they buy, as Proposition 37 would require food manufacturers to clearly label all genetically modified foods. Learn more.

      Proposition 39 � YES
      An existing corporate tax loophole encourages companies to create jobs outside of California; Proposition 39 closes the loophole and creates incentives for clean energy and education jobs inside the Golden State. Learn more.

      Print out this guide to the ballot propositions and take it with you to the polls, or check it on your smart phone.

      Thanks for all you do.

      Sincerely,

      Robert Weissman
      President, Public Citizen






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