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California’s Prop 35: A Misguided Ballot Initiative Targeting the Wrong People for the Wrong Reasons

Photo: Steve Rhodes/flickr.

California voters hold the power this Election Day to decide if many thousands of people convicted of prostitution-related offenses in their state must now register as sex offenders.

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In Move That Stunned Advocates, Jerry Brown Vetoes Domestic Workers’ Bill of Rights

In a move that stunned activists, California’s domestic workers bill of rights was vetoed Sunday. But this will not deter the tenacious organizers at NDWA who are both motivated by love and armed with a multifaceted strategy.

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Roundup: Brown, Whitman, and Prop 8

Jerry Brown now has a lead in the California Governor’s race, but how solid is it, and how does Prop 8 play into the campaign?

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Election Round-Up: Meg Whitman’s Campaign Investment Not Paying Off; Alan Grayson Battling Koch Money and More

Glimpses at 2010 election races at the national and state level. Today: Whitman invests record amounts of money but still trails Brown; Alan Grayson battling in Florida against ultra-right conservatives funded by ultra-right billionaires.

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