01/29/2008 (CFABA.ORG) recommendations on California's Propositions for the 2008 Presidential Primary Election.
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Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2008
CFABA.ORG recommendations on California's Propositions for the 2008 Presidential Primary Election.
Nationally recognized Citizens for a Better America® (CFABA.ORG) takes positions on the California ballot initiatives for the February 5, 2008 Super Tuesday election.
Proposition 91 - YES
Proposition 92 - NO
Proposition 93 - NO
Proposition 94 - NO
Proposition 95 - NO
Proposition 96 - NO
Proposition 97 - NO
LIMITED COMMENTS ABOUT PROPOSITIONS:
"With regards to Prop 91, it is with great sadness that I must state that our current legislators can not be trusted to not spend money from the transportation fund on general fund items, we must block that ability as much as possible and this
proposition helps do that,"said Robert Colaco the Founder and Volunteer National Chairman of Citizens For A Better America® (CFABA.ORG).
"While I have been blessed to attend community colleges in California, Proposition 92 is not the answer to help our Community Colleges," said Colaco.
"Proposition 93 is a campaign to basically destroy term limits in California."
"CFABA.ORG is not a fan of gaming and as such we do not want to see gaming increase in any state, including California. Propositions 94 through 97 would do just that in the state of California so we oppose all 4 propositions," said Colaco.
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