Richard Stapler

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A Yes-On-93 spokesman

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Prop 93 on next month’s ballot is entitled, “Limits on Legislative Terms in Office”—and that’s technically accurate.

What Kind of Term Limits Reform Does Prop. 93 Promise?

Prop 93 on next month’s ballot is entitled, “Limits on Legislative Terms in Office”—and that’s technically accurate.

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