Glenn opposes overly aggressive environmental mandates that hurt average and lower-income households. He would "repeal and replace" Obamacare. He considers the
?Yes: Amendment 72, cigarette tax
Amendment 72 imposes a tax to raise the price of a pack of cigarettes by
?No: Proposition 106, assisted suicide
?Yes: Amendment 71, "Raise the Bar" to protect
?No: Amendment 70,
Higher pay for low-wage work sounds like a good idea. Unfortunately, it is nowhere near that simple. Amendment 70 will eliminate jobs for low-wage workers with nonunion, entry-level jobs. An independent study by the Common Sense Policy Roundtable found the "raise" will reduce overall employment by 90,000 jobs as of 2022. Teenagers will lose 10,500 jobs by 2022. A survey of restaurant owners found 72 percent would reduce employee hours; 71 percent would reduce staffing; and 20 percent would close locations. Voting "yes" on 70 will cause unemployment; voting "no" will protect jobs for the people who need them most.
?No: Amendment 69, socialized health care
This out-of-state "free" health care promise is such pie-in-the-sky even some of
?Yes: Propositions 107 and 108
Propositions 107 and 108 would modernize
Prop 107 would restore
Prop 108 would open all primaries to the state's 1.3 million unaffiliated voters.
As it stands, party caucuses elect delegates to the respective county and congressional district assemblies and each party's state convention. At the county, state and congressional gatherings, delegates nominate nonpresidential candidates for the state's primary.
Nothing in these measures would eliminate caucuses, assemblies and conventions, where party loyalists would continue putting forth primary candidates to compete against challengers who petition onto the ballot.
If approved, 107 and 108 would result in primary ballots going to more than 1 million of
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