From a constitutional right to reproductive freedom and more funding for arts and education in public schools to a tax hike on those who have personal income of more than $2 million, all to fund programs to reduce air pollution and prevent wildfires, there is, as usual no shortage of statewide referendum’s heading to the ballot on Nov. 8.

Luckily for all of us, the Outdoor Art Club is working with the non-partisan League of Women Voters to present an unbiased look at the November 8 ballot propositions. With Lynn Dooley moderating, panelists will discuss each proposal’s central focus, its fiscal effects, arguments offered by its supporters and opponents, and what a “yes” or “no” vote means.

You can register for this free program, set for Thursday, October 6 at 1pm via Zoom by GOING HERE.

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