Here’s how you should vote on the 11 state propositions on Berkeley’s ballot

STATE ISSUES: This November, state propositions address key issues ranging from housing to health care. Here’s our take.

November’s midterm elections are fast approaching, and Berkeley voters should be preparing to take on active roles in determining California’s future. There are 11 state propositions on this year’s ballot. These measures cover a range of key issues, from veteran housing to funding for children’s hospitals. Proposition 10 repeals the
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Election 2014 Endorsements: State propositions

Vote yes on Proposition 1 Proposition 1, the 2014 Water Bond, would enact the Water Quality, Supply and Infrastructure Improvement Act of 2014. The proposition offers a $7.12 billion bond for the development of California water supply infrastructure. Replacing the $11.14 billion Proposition 43, which Gov. Jerry Brown called “pork-laden,” we
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Vote no on Proposition 1

Proposition 1 is a mirage that won’t solve our water woes

Proposition 1 is an unconscionable money-grab that protects water-sucking corporate agriculture at the expense of California taxpayers to the detriment of all of our state’s 38 million residents — especially those who are most threatened by the drought.
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