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Wait, There's Something Else I Have to Consider Tomorrow?
From Los Angeles to the deepest parts of the universe, it's nothing but nonstop presidential talk. But here in California -- the land of liberal legislatin' -- there are SEVEN statewide ballot propositions to consider once you step inside the voting booth tomorrow. One L.A. City prop is also on the ballot.
Just so happens, LAist has your back. You give us ten minutes, we'll keep you from hastily punching "yes" or "no" on a measure that may cost you -- literally -- just because someone dressed as a fireman told you to in a Super Bowl ad.
Jeremy Oberstein put all the Propositions into plain Angelenoese over the past couple weeks and this morning he parsed the issues with Ken Wall on KABC 790's Al Rantel show.
Press "play" to listen: Reviewing the Props is as easy as, 91, 92, 93, 94-97 and S.
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