PUBLIC FORUM on Initiatives Thursday September 29, 2016

California VotePUBLIC FORUM
November Ballot Initiatives
Thursday, September 29, 2016
7:00 – 9:00 PM
Danville Veteran’s Memorial Building
400 Hartz Avenue, Danville
Please RSVP

The San Ramon Valley Democratic Club, Lamorinda Democratic Club, Tri-Valley Democratic Club and the Diablo Valley Democratic Club invite you to a Public Forum on the California Ballot Initiatives on the November 2016 election. There are 17 ballot initiatives and 2 tax measures on the November ballot. Clearly voters can be easily overwhelmed. To provide information so that voters can make informed decisions, we provide speakers pro and con about the ballot initiatives.

Representatives from the following ballot initiatives are invited.
Proposition 51: School bonds: Authorize $9 billion in school construction bonds
Proposition 52: Hospital fees: Safeguard fees intended to make state eligible for federal health funds
Proposition 53: Bond rule: Require voter approval for state revenue bonds $2 billion and more
Proposition 54: Transparency: Require Legislature to publish bill 72 hours before passage
Proposition 55: Income-tax surcharge on wealthy to fund schools
Proposition 56: Cigarette tax: Raise by $2 per pack to $2.87
Proposition 57: Sentencing: Earlier parole for nonviolent offenders; more latitude for judges to not try juveniles as adults
Proposition 58: Bilingual education: Overturn 1998’s “English Only” initiative
Proposition 59: Citizens United: Nonbinding query on whether lawmakers should seek to overturn 2010 Supreme Court ruling voter instruction
Proposition 60″ Porn: Require adult film actors to wear condoms during sex
Proposition 61: Prescription drugs: Limit prices on state purchases of prescription drugs
Proposition 62: Death penalty: Make life imprisonment with no parole strongest sentence
Proposition 63: Gun control: Tightens weapons restrictions further
Proposition 64: Marijuana: Legalize recreational use and tax purchases
Proposition 65: Carry-out bags: Require grocery stores direct paper bag sale proceeds toward environmental fund
Proposition 66: Death penalty: Preserve capital punishment and speed up judicial review
Proposition 67: Plastic bags: Overturn 2014 plastic bag ban
Measure X (CCTA)

FREE (Suggested $5 donation)
Please email Brodie Hilp that you are attending.

Parking is available on Front Street and Railroad Avenue.