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    Analysis of The November 2014 Ballot Measures

    Analysis of The November 2014 Ballot Measures
    Gary Aminoff, Vice Chair Los Angeles Republican Party
    AminoffGary Aminoff, cheap a Vice-President of the Southern California Republican Women & Men, ampoule and immediate Past-President of the San Fernando Valley Republican Clubwill do a presentation analyzing the Ballot Propositions on the California November Ballot at the September 2nd, 7-9 PM meeting of the San Fernando Valley Republican Club at Galpin Ford, 15555 Roscoe Blvd., North Hills, CA, just east of the 405. 
    It is important for everyone to be able to understand the fiscal impact of each of these propositions and whether they result in an increase in government and increased taxes. All of the Propositions are important to understand, but especially, you should know the impacts and consequences of Proposition 1, the Water Bond.Attend this meeting and learn what is involved in each Proposition.November Ballot Propositions:

    Proposition 1:  Water Bond – $7.1 Million in new borrowing, plus $425 Million in repurposed funds

    Proposition 2:  Sets up Budget Stabilization Fund to repay State debt faster

    Proposition 45:  Requires Insurance Commissioner approval for change in health insurance rates.

    Proposition 46:  Requires Drug Testing of Doctors.  Requires Government review of prescription database.  Raises cap on medical malpractice damages from $250,000 to $1,100,000 and higher.

    Proposition 47:  Reduces criminal penalties for certain non-violent crimes.

    Proposition 48:  Gives certain Indian tribes right to build new casinos.

    We encourage you to attend the meeting of the SFVRC on Tuesday night, September 2nd and get an understanding of each of the ballot propositions.



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