California Propositions in Images

Here's a pictorial guide to the 11 propositions on California's ballot this year

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Here's a look at California's 11 propositions for the 2012 general election.
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Gov. Jerry Brown's tax measure Prop. 30 would also allocate money to California's school system. The measure has the advantage of state leverage. Six billion dollars in cuts proposed for 2012-2013 will not take effect if the measure passes.
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Proposition 31 would establish a two-year state budget and set rules for offsetting new expenditures, as well as Governor budget cuts in fiscal emergencies.
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Proposition 32 would ban both corporate and union contributions to state and local candidates.
Under Proposition 33, car insurance rates can be based off a person's history of insurance coverage.
Proposition 34 would repeal death penalty and replace it with life imprisonment without possibility of parole.
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Proposition 35 would increase penalties for human trafficking and require those convicted of it to register as a sex offender.
If Prop. 36 is passed the three strikes law would change to impose life sentence only when new felony conviction is serious or violent.
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California's Prop 37 is a ballot initiative that would require the disclosure of Genetically Modified Organisms on foods labels.
Molly Munger, civil rights attorney and the primary advocate behind California Proposition 38, speaks in Los Angeles, Calif. Munger's Proposition 38, which would increase state income tax with the funds going to public education, is competing for votes with Gov. Jerry Brown's tax initiative, Proposition 30.(AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes, file)
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Proposition 39 would require multi-state businesses to base their income tax liability on the percentage of their sales in California.
Proposition 40 is a referendum that would toss out recently redrawn senate districts like San Diego's 39th senate district. The opposition has mostly dropped their campaign against it.
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