California voters come Nov. 8 will have to sort through the longest list of statewide propositions imaginable. The confusing array of public policy choices includes, the future of the death penalty, a criminal sentence measure aimed at cutting the state prison population by giving inmates a chance for earlier parole, a collection of new tough gun laws and a slew of other measures on the November Ballot.
On today’s show we continue with part two of our conversation examining propositions/measures and local initiatives, on this 2016 election ballot. Our round-table of experts include individuals committed to informing community and helping us all wade through the maze of policy and legal jargon.
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Kimi Lee, the Director of Bay Rising (for state and local measures) – https://bayrising.org/
Chaney Turner, an Oakland native, activist and entrepreneur.
Maria Noel Fernandez, Director of Organizing and Civic Engagement with Silicon Valley Rising. – http://siliconvalleyrising.org/#