Ted Costa

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In the June election, California voters will be confronted once again with dueling initiatives — two different measures dealing with the same subject in different ways.

Can the Initiative Process be Changed?

In the June election, California voters will be confronted once again with dueling initiatives — two different measures dealing with the same subject in different ways.

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