California State Propositions Explained | NBC 7 San Diego

California State Propositions Explained



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    When voters tackle the November 2012 ballot, they'll face 11 statewide measures, also called propositions.

    Propositions are assigned numbers by the Secretary of State, and require a simple majority to pass.

    Many voters skip some propositions when they are uncertain how to vote.

    Here is our coverage of each proposition on this year's ballot to help you decide how you'll vote on Election Day: 

    SD Explained: Prop 30 and Prop 38
    California’s Prop 31 Explained
    Prop 32 Explained
    Insurance on the Ballot: Prop 33
    Death Penalty Up for Vote: Prop 34
    Prop 35 Raises Penalties for Human Trafficking
    Prop 36 Would Alter Three-Strikes Law
    Food for Thought: Prop 37
    Prop 39 Effects on Out-of-State Business
    Prop 40: Keeping State Boundaries
    Guide to Decide: SDUSD’s Prop Z
    Nearly a Dozen Bond Measures on Ballot

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