By writer to calmatters.org
With 12 contentious propositions in your California poll, you’ve most likely received questions. From kidney dialysis and affirmative motion to hire management and gig staff, CalMatters has you coated.
We’re holding 5 “Props to You” occasions — a collection of digital Q&A periods that allow you to ask questions in regards to the California propositions that can assist you make extra knowledgeable choices whenever you mark your poll. Every occasion covers two to a few propositions, with a CalMatters reporter moderating your questions and topic consultants who will reply them.
This is a chance so that you can ask consultants how the state poll measures will have an effect on you and your group, and our objective is that can assist you make knowledgeable civic choices this election season with out the headache.
Altering Prop 13 – Actual Property and Home-owner Tax Breaks
Tuesday, Oct. 6, 6-7 p.m. | Register
Prop 15: tax business actual property at immediately’s market worth
Prop 19: giving tax breaks to owners over age 55
How Robust On Crime Ought to We Be?
Wednesday, Oct. 7, 6-7 p.m. | Register
Prop 20: Reinstating some “powerful on crime” legal guidelines re: misdemeanors/felonies, early launch for non-violent inmates, and punishment for parole violators
Prop 25: Ditch or preserve money bail
Race and Civil Rights
Thursday, Oct. 8, 6-7 p.m. | Register
Prop 16: Finish the ban on affirmative motion
Prop 17: Giving the vote to individuals on parole
Prop 18: Giving the vote to 17-year-olds
Tuesday, Oct. 13, 6-7 p.m. | Register
Prop 22: Deciding whether or not gig staff are workers or unbiased contractors
Prop 24: Making the info privateness regulation even harder
Wait, Didn’t We Vote on These Already?
Wednesday, Oct. 14, 6-7 p.m. | Register
Prop 14: Giving extra money to stem cell analysis
Prop 23: Regulation of kidney dialysis clinics
Prop 21: giving cities extra energy to use hire management legal guidelines
We’re organizing the dialogue round your questions and feedback, so make sure you submit your proposition questions whenever you register. We hope you may be part of us.
— to calmatters.org