[NO] CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 19 (NOV. 2010) -- MARIJUANA
LIFE IN AMERICA UNDER THE DEMOCRATS: WE WILL TELL YOU WHAT SHIRT TO WEAR

[NO] CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 21 (NOV, 2010) -- VEHICLE LICENSE SURCHARGE

I urge a NO vote on Proposition 21. This is a legislative ploy to allow the legislature to surcharge vehicles for non-vehicle projects, thus raising vehicle registration fees to fund legislative special projects. It also serves to provide funding to unionized public employees to insure their full employment during times of budgetary crisis. Since there are other methods to fund state parts and wildlife programs, this is a sham to establish the poor precedent of allowing vehicles to be surcharge for legislative “special projects.” One such future project may involve funding medical expenses for illegal aliens hurt in vehicular accidents.

This places a burden on all vehicle owners with the promise of free admission to state parks for only a relatively few Californians.

The measure is deceptive and I urge a NO vote.

-- steve

The official ballot position …

Proposition 21 – Put on Ballot By Petition Signatures
ESTABLISHES $18 ANNUAL VEHICLE LICENSE SURCHARGE TO HELP FUND STATE PARKS AND WILDLIFE PROGRAMS. GRANTS SURCHARGED VEHICLES FREE ADMISSION TO ALL STATE PARKS. INITIATIVE STATUTE.

Exempts commercial vehicles, trailers and trailer coaches from the surcharge. Fiscal Impact: Annual increase to state revenues of $500 million from surcharge on vehicle registrations. After offsetting some existing funding sources, these revenues would provide at least $250 million more annually for state parks and wildlife conservation.

NO -- A NO vote on this measure means: State park and wildlife conservation programs would continue to be funded through existing state and local funding sources. Admission and parking fees could continue to be charged for vehicles entering state parks.
YES -- A YES vote on this measure means: An $18 annual surcharge would be added to the amount paid when a person registers a motor vehicle. The surcharge revenues would be used to provide funding for state park and wildlife conservation programs. Vehicles subject to the surcharge would have free admission and parking at all state parks

Reference Links ...

For the Proposition winners and losers:

2010 CALIFORNIA PROPOSITIONS–– FINAL RESULTS (100% –- 24,845 PRECINCTS REPORTING) 

For the Candidates -- winners and losers:

 CALIFORNIA ELECTION 2010 -- A RETURN TO ONE-PARTY RULE: CORRUPTION AND POLITICAL CORRECTNESS AUTHORIZED BY "WE THE PEOPLE IN CALIFORNIA"


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