Should Californians Change the Initiative Process?

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Californians hate government—with one exception. They love the initiative process which has allowed them to vote up or down on new laws dealing with major issues. The best example is Prop 13, passed in 1978 to limit the skyrocketing tax on property. On Reporter’s Notebook, they’re tearing down the Ferris Wheel on the Santa Monica Pier.

Warren Olney

Karen Radziner, Frances Anderton