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May 13, 2014 12:00 AM

State needs better initiative information

Sandra Romero This year we will see, once again, a group of initiatives that appear on our ballot with very little public scrutiny or independent assessment. Too often, statewide initiatives have become focused on a series of dueling ads which are fueled by out-of-state interests and provide confusing sets of “facts” for the public to digest.

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