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LAist Guide to the Primary: Proposition S

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We all know that in five days Californians go to the polls to decide the fate of this state, this country and the world. That gross overstatement seems fitting given the coverage and verbage some are using to describe the upcoming Primary.

But, hey, what might have gotten lost in the shuffle of debate talk, Indian gaming commercials and Obama vs. Hillary rhetoric is a city ordinance that could affect everyone with a cell phone. So...everyone.

Today's focus is Proposition S, an L.A. City measure that is stirring up passionate debate on both sides from those who call it vital to maintaining city services to those who maintain the measure is bad for you, the average Jo(e).

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If you need to brush up on your Shakespeare, take a look at our past reviews of Propositions 91, 92, 93 and 94-97.