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Prop Zero Links: Wednesday, July 28

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JAKARTA, INDONESIA - FEBRUARY 6: An Indonesian man stubs a cigarette on February 6, 2009 in Jakarta, Indonesia. The Ulema Council, the top Islamic body in Indonesia, passed a 'fatwa' or religious edict restricting Muslims from smoking in public places last week. Whilst optional and non-binding, those non-compliant are considered sinful. Indonesia is the fifth largest tobacco market globally, and tobacco taxes make up around 10 per cent of the government's income. (Photo by Dimas Ardian/Getty Images)

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Drop in Cigarette Sales: That also means a drop in California tax revenues. [Sacramento Bee]

SF Tax Measures Pit Labor Against Business: The measures include three tax increases and a vehicle registration fee hike. [SF Gate]

Financial Aid Red Tape:
Just getting through the verification process is a test for many students. [California Watch]

Debating About Debates: Jerry Brown Wants 10, Meg Whitman Wants 3. She says she'll attend debates at UC Davis, Cal State Fresno and Dominican University. [SF Gate]

Taxpayers Assoc. Files Lawsuit Over Green Measure:
The lawsuit seeks to re-write the measure's ballot description. [Mercury News]

In Case You Were Wondering: The budget stalemate continues in Sacramento. [LA Times]

 
 

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