Vote NO!

Proposition 14 - Stem cell research

Description:

Would re-fund the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine, the state’s stem cell agency, by allowing it to issue $5.5 billion in bonds for research, training and facilities construction.

MarinGOP:

Threw a lot of $$ at it last time and for what? Given state of budget…... Piling on, and for what?

Results:

TBD

Vote NO!

Proposition 15 - Limits on property taxes

Description:

Would rewrite Proposition 13, the landmark 1978 measure that limits property tax increases and allows residential and commercial property to be reassessed only when it is sold. Prop. 15 would boost property taxes on large commercial and industrial property by allowing it to be reappraised more frequently. The added money would go to school districts and local governments. Prop. 13 rules for residential property would be unchanged.

MarinGOP:

This is an attempt to chip away at 1978's Prop 13. Give them an inch, and they'll take a mile. CAGOP opposed previous version

Results:

TBD

Vote NO!

Proposition 16 - Affirmative Action

Description:

A constitutional amendment, proposed by state legislators, that would reverse California’s voter-approved 1996 ban on affirmative action. It would repeal Proposition 209, which prohibits public universities, schools and government agencies from using race or sex in their admissions criteria, hiring and contract decisions.

MarinGOP:

Oppose by all means.

Results:

TBD

Vote NO!

Proposition 17 - Parolee voting

Description:

A constitutional amendment, proposed by state legislators, that would restore the voting rights of all people on parole if they’ve completed their state or federal prison terms.

MarinGOP:

When you commit a crime, they are consequences. This is one of them, no voting while on parole.

Results:

TBD

Vote NO!

Proposition 18 - Voting age

Description:

A constitutional amendment, proposed by state legislators, that would allow 17 year-olds to vote in primary elections if they would turn 18 before the general election.

MarinGOP:

Another blatant attempt to stuff the ballot box. Where does it end?

Results:

TBD

Vote NO!

Proposition 19 - Property tax transfers

Description:

A constitutional amendment, proposed by state legislators, that would allow people age 55 and older, and victims of wildfires and other disasters, to keep lower property tax rates when they move to new homes.

MarinGOP:

Keeps taxes lower, especially for us "old" folks but increases inter-family transfer taxes. Keeps benefit while you are alive, but when you die…. Hidden tax increase in it. Adjust replacement props tax base on current value. Business property reassessment

Results:

TBD

Vote YES!

Proposition 20 - Criminal justice

Description:

Would make changes to the criminal-justice system by revising two earlier initiatives, Proposition 47 and Proposition 57. The new measure would expand the list of violent crimes for which there is no early release, adding sex trafficking of a child and felony domestic violence. It would also require DNA collection for those convicted of several types of misdemeanors.

MarinGOP:

We absolutely need to support this. It would alter the $950 threshold for misdemeanors for one.

Results:

TBD

Vote NO!

Proposition 21 - Rent control

Description:

Would reverse a ban on local rent control laws. It would repeal the Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act, which prohibits cities from passing rent control ordinances for housing built since 1995. Voters overwhelmingly rejected a similar measure in 2018.

MarinGOP:

They keep coming back.

Results:

TBD

Vote YES!

Proposition 22 - Gig worker classification

Description:

Would exempt app-based drivers, including those working for Uber, Lyft and DoorDash, from a state law that classifies gig workers as employees. The companies want to undo part of AB5, California’s gig-worker law, which aims to classify their drivers as employees and make them eligible for benefits. Under the ballot measure, the companies could keep drivers as independent contractors while granting them some benefits and earnings guarantees.

MarinGOP:

This would be a first step in chipping away at AB5. Democrats won't do anything about it. Ballot measure is the only alternative.

Results:

TBD

Vote NO!

Proposition 23 - Kidney dialysis clinics

Description:

Would increase state regulation of kidney dialysis clinics. Among the proposed requirements: Clinics would be prohibited from discriminating against patients based on their source of payment.

MarinGOP:

CAGOP opposed last time. Labor union beef in disguise. Will raise the cost of dialysis.

Results:

TBD

Vote NO!

Proposition 24- Consumer data privacy

Description:

Would expand California’s consumer privacy law, passed in 2018. The measure would triple penalties for companies that break laws regarding the collection and sale of children’s private information. It would also create a state agency to enforce consumer privacy protections.

MarinGOP:

Law passed the last time just went into effect July 1, 2020. Let's see how this one works before expanding it.

Results:

TBD

Vote NO!

Proposition 25 - Cash bail

Description:

Would overturn a 2018 law that eliminates cash bail as a requirement to release people from jail before trial.

MarinGOP:

Oppose

Results:

TBD

 

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