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October 17, 2005 | Jenifer Warren, Times Staff Writer
James E. Holman makes his living in the world of alternative newspapers. For 33 years, his irreverent and wildly successful weekly, the San Diego Reader, has needled the city's captains of commerce, government and society. But Holman has also pursued a passion unusual among his brethren in the left-leaning alternative press: a quiet crusade against abortion.
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October 17, 2005 | Jenifer Warren, Times Staff Writer
James E. Holman makes his living in the world of alternative newspapers. For 33 years, his irreverent and wildly successful weekly, the San Diego Reader, has needled the city's captains of commerce, government and society. But Holman has also pursued a passion unusual among his brethren in the left-leaning alternative press: a quiet crusade against abortion.
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October 20, 2005
The Nov. 8 special election ballot contains eight statewide initiatives. Here are four; the rest will appear Friday. Proposition 73 Abortion for minors What it would do Amend the California Constitution to bar abortions for patients younger than 18 until 48 hours after her physician notifies a parent or legal guardian. Defines abortion as causing "the death of an unborn child, a child conceived but not yet born."
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October 15, 2006 | Evan Halper
Voters will encounter 13 statewide ballot measures next month involving such disparate subjects as levees, abortion, taxes, sex offenders and campaign contributions. Five of the propositions are linked to a public works borrowing package hammered out in the Legislature. Lawmakers used their authority to put those measures on the ballot after months of negotiations with Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger.
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November 6, 2005 | Michael Finnegan, Times Staff Writer
With California's special election three days away, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and his rivals in organized labor neared the climax Saturday of a fierce power struggle that will test the strength of each as they prepare to battle yet again in 2006. For the Republican governor, the balloting Tuesday threatens to expose the downside of his prized tactic of putting his plans to a popular vote when Democratic lawmakers thwart his will.
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October 19, 2008
Proposition 1A: High-speed rail What it would do: Authorize the state to sell $9.95 billion in bonds to help fund a $45-billion bullet train between Orange County and the San Francisco Bay Area. Repayment would cost the state $647 million annually for 30 years. Chief proponents: California High-Speed Rail Authority; chambers of commerce in Los Angeles, San Francisco and more than a dozen other cities; Consumer Federation of California; Sierra Club California; American Lung Assn.
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