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Ballots run out at San Diego State

Youth turnout for Prop. 19 has been higher than originally expected. As a result, the polling location at San Diego State University has completely run out of provisional ballots. Tom Angell, the media relations director of Yes on 19 said, “We’re hearing that it will take three or four more hours to restock the ballots there.”

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Prop Watch: Legalization of Marijuana

According to a poll conducted by californiaprops.org, proposition 19 is current favored by a large majority. As of Sunday night, 970 people have participated in the online poll.

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Prop Watch: Legalization of Marijuana

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Prop 19: Marijuana legislation

Legalizes marijuana under California but not federal law. Permits local governments to regulate and tax commercial production, distribution, and sale of marijuana.

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Prop 20: Congressional redistricting

Removes elected representatives from process of establishing congressional districts and transfers that authority to recently-authorized 14-member redistricting commission comprised of Democrats, Republicans, and respresentatives of neither party.

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Prop 21: State parks

Establishes $18 annual vehicle license surcharge to help fund state parks and wildlife programs. Grants surcharged vehicles free admission to all state parks.

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Prop 22: State borrowing

Prohibits State, even during severe fiscal hardship, from borrowing, taking or delaying distribution of funds used for transportation, redevelopment, or local government projects and services.

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Prop 23: AB 32 suspension

Suspends implementation of Assembly Bill 32, the air pollution control law, requiring major sources of emissions to report and reduce greenhouse gas emissions that cause global warming, until unemployment drops to 5.5 percent of less for full year.

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Prop 24: Business tax

Repeals recent legislation that would allow businesses to lower theirs tax liability.

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Prop 25: Majority vote

Changes legislative vote requirement to pass budget and budget-relation legislation from two-thirds to a simple majority. Retains two-thirds vote requirement for taxes. Legislature permanently forfeits daily salary and expenses until budget bill passes.

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Prop 26: Two-thirds vote

Requires that certain state and local fees be approved by two-thirds vote. Fees include those that address adverse impacts on society or the environment caused by the fee-payer's business.

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Prop 27: Legislature redistricting

Consolidates authority for establishing state Assembly, Senate, and Board of Equalization districts with elected representatives who draw congressional districts.

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Students on marijuana prop

This November, Californians will have the opportunity to vote on an historic proposition. If passed, Proposition 19 would spurn federal law by permitting recreational use of marijuana in California.

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