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Californians have a chance June 5 to determine which gubernatorial and senatorial candidates will show up on the November ballot. They also have a chance to pass ballot propositions affecting state parks, transportation infrastructure and future election procedures. (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)
Californians have a chance June 5 to determine which gubernatorial and senatorial candidates will show up on the November ballot. They also have a chance to pass ballot propositions affecting state parks, transportation infrastructure and future election procedures. (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)

Daily Bruin file photo
Daily Bruin file photo

(Ryan Leou/Daily Bruin senior staff)
(Ryan Leou/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Creative Commons photo by State of California via Wikipedia Commons
Creative Commons photo by State of California via Wikipedia Commons

Photo by Ben Amstutz via Flickr Creative Commons

California 2018 primary election: No on Proposition 70

Gov. Jerry Brown struck a deal with state Republicans last year when he sought to preserve the state’s carbon emissions reduction program. Consequently, California voters are now being asked via Proposition 70 if they want funding for that program, where companies must buy permits to emit greenhouse gases, to require a supermajority from the state Legislature in 2024. Read more...

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Creative Commons photo by Rob Bertholf via Wikipedia Creative Commons
Creative Commons photo by Rob Bertholf via Wikipedia Creative Commons


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