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2006 November Initiatives

The November 2006 Initiative Reviews were prepared under the supervision of Mary-Beth Moylan, Assistant Director, Appellate Advocacy and Lecturer in Law, for the Capital Center for Government and Policy/Governmental Affairs Program.

  • Proposition 1A — Transportation Funding Protection. (initiative passed)
  • Proposition 1B — Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Bond Act of 2006. (initiative passed)
  • Proposition 1C — Housing and Emergency Shelter Trust Fund Act of 2006. (initiative passed)
  • Proposition 1D — Kindergarten-University Public Education Facilities Bond Act of 2006. (initiative passed)
  • Proposition 1E — Disaster Preparedness and Flood Prevention Bond Act of 2006. (initiative passed)
  • Proposition 83 — Sex Offenders. Sexually Violent Predators. Punishment, Residence Restrictions and Monitoring. (initiative passed)
  • Proposition 84 — Water Quality, Safety and Supply. Flood Control. Natural Resource Protection. Park Improvements. (initiative passed)
  • Proposition 85 — Waiting Period and Parental Notification Before Termination of Minor's Pregnancy. (initiative did not pass)
  • Proposition 86 — Tax on Cigarettes. (initiative did not pass)
  • Proposition 87 — Alternative Energy. Research, Production, Incentives. Tax on California Oil Producers. (initiative did not pass)
  • Proposition 88 — Education Funding. Real Property Parcel Tax. (initiative did not pass)
  • Proposition 89 — Political Campaigns. Public Financing. Corporate Tax Increase. Campaign Contribution and Expenditure Limits. (initiative did not pass)
  • Proposition 90 — Government Acquisition, Regulation of Private Property. (initiative did not pass)

Notes

For the complete text of the above initiatives, visit the California secretary of State's website.

The views expressed herein are solely the views of the authors and do not necessarily represent the opinion of the McGeorge School of Law.