November ballot

California Update for Thursday, July 19, 2018

Jul 19, 2018
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• The California Supreme Court has removed from the November ballot a measure that would have asked voters if the state should be divided into thirds.

• Democrats are touting fundraising numbers for their Congressional candidates, which they say shows greater enthusiasm than among Republicans.

Today's reporting by Ben Adler and Ben Bradford.

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• A breakdown of the propositions that will appear on the November ballot.

Find a complete list of all twelve ballot initiatives HERE.

 

• California has some tricky regulations around products containing CBD, an ingredient derived from the marijuana plant. A bill on the governor’s desk could make a newly approved epilepsy medication easier to access.

Today's reporting by Chris Nichols and Sammy Caiola.

California Update for Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Jun 27, 2018
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• The Supreme Court struck down California’s Reproductive Fact Act Tuesday, siding with anti-abortion groups who argued the policy tread on free speech.
 

 

• An initiative that would allow Internet users to learn what companies like Facebook and Google know about them — and stop the sharing or selling of their data — has qualified for California’s November ballot.

 

Today's reporting by Ben Adler and Sammy Caiola

California Update for Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Jun 19, 2018

• After a noisy push for single-payer health care divided California Democrats last year and spawned months of hearings and discussions, the new state budget contains little to mark that debate.

 

• A voter initiative that would repeal California's rent control law, and allow cities to craft their own, more expansive rent control rules, has qualified for the November ballot.

Today's reporting by Ben Bradford and Chris Nichols.

California Update for Thursday, April 26, 2018

Apr 26, 2018
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• Authorities say they've arrested the man suspected of killing a dozen people and raping more than 50 women in California in the 70s and 80s.

• The first campaign this election season has now has turned in enough voter signatures to qualify a water bond for the November ballot in California.

Today's reporting by Bob Moffitt and Ben Bradford.

California Update for Monday, April 23, 2018

Apr 23, 2018
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• California does a poor job of sheltering its largest-in-the-nation homeless population and should provide more funds to solve its growing crisis. Those are findings from California’s top auditor in a report this released last week.

• California political campaigns must submit hundreds of thousands of signatures to the state in the next few days to qualify their initiatives for the November ballot. That’s created a bidding war for the people who collect signatures.