Rosenthal: No. All of the above, with an infusion of money for early education and rehabilitation.
Q. Would you consider the possibility of decriminalizing the use of drugs? Graysen: No.
Q. Do you support raising sales or other taxes to finance anti-drug law enforcement efforts and/or anti-drug education programs? If yes, by how much? Graysen: Yes. One percent to start; more later if effective.
Rosenthal: Not a sales tax. Certain kinds of taxes would be acceptable.
Q.\o7 Do you support full or partial public funding of political campaigns? \f7 Graysen: No. It would unfairly favor powerful candidates.
Rosenthal: No. People should have the ability to decide which candidates get their money.
Q.\o7 A ballot initiative now in circulation would prohibit foreign individuals and corporations from owning land in California. Do you support this? \f7 Graysen: No.
Q. \o7 Rising property values in the Santa Monica Mountains have made it more difficult for state and federal parks agencies to buy land for public use. Land prices have escalated in part because local officials have allowed developers to build more houses than provided for under zoning laws. To keep property prices more affordable to parks agencies, should governments in Los Angeles and Ventura counties refuse such so-called "up\f7 -\o7 zoning?" \f7 Graysen: Yes. The great beauty of the Santa Monica Mountains must be preserved.
Rosenthal: Yes. The mountains are a non-renewable natural resource which should be preserved for the public and not compromised for the wealthy few.
Q.\o7 Are you willing to publicly release your tax returns and those of your spouse before the election? \f7 Graysen: No.
Q.\o7 A development project called Porter Ranch would create 3,395 residential units and nearly 6 million square feet of commercial office space in the Chatsworth hills. Opponents say it is too big. Proponents say it represents orderly growth. Do you support the project at this size? \f7 Graysen: No.
Q.\o7 Do you support limits on the number of terms state legislators can serve? If yes, how long should they be? \f7 Graysen: Yes.
Q.\o7 A ballot initiative now in circulation would prohibit the spraying of pesticides on private property without the written consent of the owner. Do you support this measure? \f7 Graysen: Yes.