Proposition 91 would eliminate the state's authority ability to spend transportation funds on non-transportation purposes after July 1, 2008. All transportation money used for non-transportation purposes previous to 2007 would be paid back into the transportation pool under the initiative. Prop. 91 would also severely limit loans made to the state General Fund from the transportation allotment.
Proposition 92 would allocate 10.46% of state mandatory school funding towards community colleges. It would introduce a new formula to determine the amount of community college funding based on age growth rate and state unemployment rate. Student fees would also be lowered with limitations placed on the Legislature's ability to raise fees in the future.
Proposition 93 would impose limits on legislators' terms in office. It would reduce the total amount of time a person may serve in the state legislature from 14 years to 12 years. It would allow a person to serve a total of 12 years either in the Assembly, the Senate, or a combination of both. It also provides a transition period to allow current members to serve a total of 12 consecutive years in the house in which they are currently serving, regardless of any prior service in another house.
Propositions 94 - 97 are referendums on four recent governor-approved Indian gaming compacts. If the propositions pass, compacts for the Agua Caliente, the Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation, the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians, and the Morongo Band of Mission Indians will go into effect. If rejected, the four tribes will continue to operate their casinos under the existing gaming compacts.
Propositions 94 - 97 are referendums on four recent governor-approved Indian gaming compacts. If the propositions pass, compacts for the Agua Caliente, the Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation, the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians, and the Morongo Band of Mission Indians will go into effect. If rejected, the four tribes will continue to operate their casinos under the existing gaming compacts.
Propositions 94 - 97 are referendums on four recent governor-approved Indian gaming compacts. If the propositions pass, compacts for the Agua Caliente, the Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation, the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians, and the Morongo Band of Mission Indians will go into effect. If rejected, the four tribes will continue to operate their casinos under the existing gaming compacts.
Propositions 94 - 97 are referendums on four recent governor-approved Indian gaming compacts. If the propositions pass, compacts for the Agua Caliente, the Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation, the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians, and the Morongo Band of Mission Indians will go into effect. If rejected, the four tribes will continue to operate their casinos under the existing gaming compacts.