Monday, June 9, 2008

Ninth measure qualified for November ballot

California Secretary of State Debra Bowen announced Friday that another measure has qualified for the November ballot, bringing the total so far to nine. It's shaping up to being a pretty long ballot (and may warrant yet another Proposition Song from yours truly).

According to the Secretary of State, the ninth measure involves victims’ rights in the criminal justice system, and the first eight propositions to "qualify for the November ballot were a high-speed rail bond; a measure relating to the treatment of farm animals; a children’s hospital bond; a parental notification for abortion measure; a measure involving the sentencing of nonviolent offenders; a measure regarding increased criminal penalties and public safety funding; a renewable energy measure; and a measure that would amend the state Constitution to define marriage as “between a man and a woman.”".

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