With the election less than 2 weeks away, how about a topic on what's different in every state: the
At least, I hope that it's different for every state.
In California, there are 12 propositions up for grabs.
From: California Propositions
A measure to fund a rail line extending from Los Angeles to San Francisco
Prop. 2: Regards the ethical treatment of livestock
Prop. 3: Funding for children's hospitals
Prop. 4: Parental notification of teenage pregnancy
Prop. 5: Funding rehabilitation programs for nonviolent offenders and parolees
Prop. 6: Places additional penalities for violent crimes, particularly gang-related ones.
Prop. 7: A measure to make the state get half of its energy needs from renewable ones by 2025
Prop. 8: Gay Marriage Ban
Prop. 9: Expands upon the rights of victims of crime
Prop. 10: A bond measure to promote alternative fuels
Prop. 11: I don't know how to summarize this one in one sentence.
Prop. 12: A measure that assists veterans with buying property.
My opinions on the matter and what I'll put on my ballot 11 days from now:
Yes on: 1A, 7, 10
No on: 8
The rest I have no particular interest in.
What do the other states, in comparison, have to offer in their propositions this November 4th?