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More November 3 ballot propositions

Proposition 14

Stem cell research bond

–$5.5 billion for medical research.

–Continues the funding of the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine which was created in 2004 by a similar ballot measure.

California Democratic Party urges a YES vote

–For more information go to BALLOTPEDIA

Proposition 15

Property tax increase on large commercial and industrial property

–Commercial & industrial property taxes to be based on current value, rather than value at time of purchase.

Restores $12 billion a year for schools, etc. No tax increase on small businesses with less than $3 million of property

Endorsed UNANIMOUSLY by the Culver City Democratic Club

California Democratic Party urges a YES vote.

–For more information go to BALLOTPEDIA

Proposition 16

Allows affirmative action

–Repeals the Proposition 209 ban on affirmative action. Applies to education, hiring, and government contracting.

California Democratic Party urges a YES vote

–For more information go to BALLOTPEDIA

Proposition 17

Allows voting while on parole

–People would immediately regain their right to vote when released from prison.

California Democratic Party urges a YES vote

–For more information go to BALLOTPEDIA

Proposition 18

Allows 17-year-olds to vote in primary elections if they will be 18 years old by the November election.

California Democratic Party urges a YES vote

–For more information go to BALLOTPEDIA

Proposition 20

Increased penalties for theft and other crimes

–Longer sentences for repeated theft.

–Increases list of crimes for which people would not be granted parole and released early.

California Democratic Party urges a NO vote.

–For more information go to BALLOTPEDIA

Proposition 21

Allows cities to expand rent control

–Allows cities to expand rent control to newer buildings at least fifteen years old, as well as single family houses and condos, unless the landlord only owns one or two houses or condos.

–Allows cities to have limited vacancy control. A new tenant can be charged only 15 percent more than the previous tenant.

California Democratic Party urges a YES vote

–For more information go to BALLOTPEDIA

Proposition 23

Requires doctors at kidney dialysis centers, and requires state approval for closure

–On-site doctor required

–Must get approval from state health department before closing a center.

California Democratic Party urges a YES vote

–For more information go to BALLOTPEDIA

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