YES on Proposition 1
Prop 1 builds and provides affordable housing for veterans, working families, and seniors. While
creating 137,000 jobs and pumping $23.4 billion into California’s economy. For more click on prop title.
YES on Proposition 2
Prop 2 focuses on helping people who are experiencing homelessness and suffering from a serious mental illness get off the streets and into housing and treatment. For more, click on proposition title.
YES on Proposition 4
California’s 13 regional children’s hospitals provide specialized care to treat children and young adults who are suffering from serious and life-threatening diseases such as leukemia, sickle cell disease, and cancer.
The hospitals handle more than 2 million visits each year, regardless of a family’s income or ability to pay. The Children’s Hospital Bond of 2018 provides $1.5 billion over 15 years to support this critical, life-saving care. For more, click on proposition title.
No on Proposition 5
Proposition 5 allows home buyers who are age 55 or older or severely disabled to transfer their tax assessments, with a possible adjustment, from their prior home to their new home. This proposition makes an already convoluted tax system worse. For more, click on proposition title.
No on Proposition 6
Prop 6 would eliminate funding for more than 6,500 bridge and road safety, transportation and public transit improvement projects currently underway throughout California. For more, click on proposition title.
Yes on Proposition 7
Prop. 7 is both an advisory measure and a change in law. It encourages the legislature to consider instituting year-round Daylight Savings Time. For more, click on proposition title.
YES on Proposition 8
Prop 8 will push for-profit dialysis corporations to spend more money on direct patient care. Dialysis corporation revenues will be limited to no more than 15% above the amount they spend on patient care. For more, click on proposition title.
Proposition 9 was removed from the ballot by judicial order.
Yes on Proposition 10
Prop 10 would restore authority to California’s cities and counties to develop and implement local policies that ensure renters are able to find and afford decent housing in their jurisdictions. For more, click on proposition title.
No on Proposition 11
Prop 11 would require ambulance providers to require workers to remain on-call during breaks paid at their regular rate,to provide additional training for EMTs and paramedics; and require employers to provide EMTs and paramedics with some paid mental health services. For more, click on proposition title.
Yes on Proposition 12
Prop 12 will prevent farm animals from being crammed into cages so small they can hardly move an inch. The measure will also ensure that food items sold in California are compliant with these modest standards. Major companies like Walmart and McDonald's are already implementing similar standards. And yet, agribusiness lobbyists are still fighting these common-sense, moderate regulations. For more, click on proposition title.