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The Vacaville Reporter: Prop. 31 [is] sensible reform

October 26, 2012

Solano County voters studying state ballot issues may feel they've seen Proposition 31 before. They could be right. It's an expanded version of government reforms that state Sen. Lois Wolk, D-Solano, has promoted for years. Read More »

Marin Independent Journal: PROPOSITION 31 Budget reforms: Yes

October 11, 2012

California Forward, a bipartisan reform group of civic and business groups, has proposed moving the state to a two-year budget cycle and requiring the Legislature to show how it is going to cover the cost of long-term expenditures exceeding $25 million. Read More »

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin: Prop. 31 a step toward better governance

September 27, 2012

There is no magic bullet for fixing California's dysfunctional government. The job will never be complete. But Proposition 31 on the November ballot is one step in the right direction. And while it's not perfect, it's worthwhile. Vote yes. Read More »

San Bernardino Sun: Prop. 31 a step toward better governance

September 27, 2012

There is no magic bullet for fixing California's dysfunctional government. The job will never be complete. But Proposition 31 on the November ballot is one step in the right direction. And while it's not perfect, it's worthwhile. Vote yes. Read More »

Chico News & Review: A package of reforms: Proposition 31 is huge and complex but worth passing

September 27, 2012

Proposition 31 on the November ballot, the “Government Performance and Accountability Act,” might also be called “the Moby-Dick of initiatives.” At 8,000 words, it’s one of the longest and most complex measures ever put forward. Read More »

Torrance Daily Breeze: Yes on Prop. 31—Measure will help lawmakers make better budget decisions

September 26, 2012

There is no magic bullet for fixing California's dysfunctional government. The job will never be complete. But Proposition 31 on the November ballot is one step in the right direction. And while it's not perfect, it's worthwhile. Vote yes. Read More »

Pasadena Star-News: Yes on Prop. 31—Measure will help lawmakers make better budget decisions

September 26, 2012

There is no magic bullet for fixing California's dysfunctional government. Read More »

Long Beach Press-Telegram: Measure will help lawmakers make better budget decisions

September 26, 2012

There is no magic bullet for fixing California's dysfunctional government. The job will never be complete. But Proposition 31 on the November ballot is one step in the right direction. And while it's not perfect, it's worthwhile. Vote yes. Read More »

San Diego Union-Tribune: Prop. 31: A step toward fixing California

September 26, 2012

There is no shortage of ideas about how to fix California – how to end the perpetual budget crises and put the state back on a path toward fiscal sanity and solid economic growth. Read More »

LA Daily News: Yes on Prop. 31—Measure will help lawmakers make better budget decisions

September 26, 2012

There is no magic bullet for fixing California's dysfunctional government. The job will never be complete. But Proposition 31 on the November ballot is one step in the right direction. And while it's not perfect, it's worthwhile. Vote yes. Read More »

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