In each episode of Upvote California, we pick a ballot proposition in California and review it with experts. Our goal is to provide a convenient and non-partisan way for people to learn about the issues and make decisions.
Prop 22 (2020): Should gig workers be independent contractors?
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Prop 15 (2020): Commercial Property Tax Adjustment to Fund for Schools and Local Gov
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2020 Prop 13: School and College Facilities Bond
In our first podcast of the 2020 elections, we focus on Proposition 13, the School and College Facilities Bond, which would authorize $15B in bonds for school facility improvement. We are joined by Celia Jaffe, President of the California State PTA, to talk about reasons to support Prop 13, and by Larry Sand, to talk
2018 Prop 10: Local Rent Control Initiative
In our first podcast of the 2018 elections, we focus on Proposition 10, the Local Rent Control Initiative, that would change state laws to allow cities to have more strict rent control laws. We are joined by Christina Livingston, one of the authors of Prop 10, to talk about reasons to support the proposition, and
2016 Prop 56: Tobacco Tax Increase
Hear both sides on Prop 56, the Tobacco Tax Increase, which would add a $2 per pack tax on tobacco products to pay for tobacco related health and prevention programs. We are joined by Scott Lyons and Rebecca Benassini to discuss the issues.
2016 Prop 54: Public Display of Legislative Bills
Hear both sides on Prop 54, the Public Display of Legislative Bills Initiative, which requires legislative bills to be publicly posted 72 hours before a vote. We are fortunate to have guests Pete Peterson, the Dean of the Pepperdine School of Public Policy, and Steven Maviglio, the chairman of Californians for an Effective Legislature, to
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Would love a similar program for AZ propositions