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October 30, 2004

Has Prop. 66 been terminated?

According to this SF Chronicle article, the expressed opposition by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and law enforcement officials to Proposition 66, the initiative on the November ballot to amend California's Three Strikes Law, has dramatically shifted opinions on the proposal. As the article notes, earlier polling showed Proposition 66 having wide support, but now polls show an equal number of supporters and opponents.

Just some of the additional coverage of Proposition 66 today comes from The Desert Sun and the San Jose Mercury News and the San Diego Union Tribune. Also, the New York Times has this editorial supporting Prop. 66, which is discussed at TalkLeft here.

For lots of additional background on Proposition 66, you can jump here and here and here and here.

October 30, 2004 at 07:16 PM | Permalink


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