Kevin Hendrick

It seems like almost anyone can put a proposition on the California ballot, and in every election we have an assortment of ballot measures to vote on. There are seven propositions that have qualified for the November ballot, addressing issues such as reproductive freedom, sports wagering, funding for arts and music, kidney dialysis, greenhouse gas emissions and flavored tobacco products.

In many ways California propositions are pure democracy. If enough voters petition for an issue to be addressed, it must be placed on the ballot. Then it is up to the voters to decide.

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