Monday, November 19

(Nicole Anisgard Parra/Illustrations Director)

Editorial: Yes on Proposition 2

Proposition 2 is a remnant from 14 years ago. In 2004, California created Proposition 63, dubbed “The Millionaire’s Tax” – a 1 percent tax on annual incomes more than $1 million to be allocated for mental healthcare services. Read more...

Photo: (Nicole Anisgard Parra/Illustrations Director)

(Nicole Anisgard Parra/Illustrations Director)

(Nicole Anisgard Parra/Illustrations Director)

Editorial: No on Proposition 5

Taxes can be a valuable tool for a community looking to fix crumbling sidewalks and clean up its streets. But Proposition 5 would defeat the entire purpose of that. Read more...

Photo: (Nicole Anisgard Parra/Illustrations Director)

(Nicole Anisgard Parra/Illustrations Director)


(Nicole Ansigard Parra/Illustrations Director)

Editorial: No on Proposition 3

Water problems that have long plagued California. What the state doesn’t need right now, though, is another free giveaway masked as a solution. Proposition 3 is the newest in a long line of spending for water infrastructure that has yet to produce any results. Read more...

Photo: (Nicole Ansigard Parra/Illustrations Director)

(Nicole Ansigard Parra/Illustrations Director)

(Nicole Ansigard Parra/Illustrations Director)

Editorial: Yes on Proposition 1

California’s housing crisis can’t be solved by a single proposition on the November ballot, but Proposition 1 will create a strong infrastructure for creating affordable housing and supporting those in need of it. Read more...

Photo: (Nicole Ansigard Parra/Illustrations Director)

(Nicole Ansigard Parra/Illustrations Director)




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