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In Case You Missed It: Modesto Bee endorses Prop 69

May 24, 2018

SACRAMENTO – The Modesto Bee today announced its support of Proposition 69 on California’s June 2018 ballot. Prop 69 would prevent the Legislature from redirecting transportation funds from SB 1—the Road Repair and Accountability Act—for other purposes. Prop 69 would guarantee these recently-enacted transportation revenues are dedicated to transportation improvement purposes only. The Modesto Bee…
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In Case You Missed It: Southern California News Group and Marin Independent Journal endorse Prop 69

May 23, 2018

SACRAMENTO – New editorials from the 11 newspapers in the Southern California News Group and Marin Independent Journal support Proposition 69 on California’s June 2018 ballot. Prop 69 would prevent the Legislature from redirecting transportation funds from SB 1—the Road Repair and Accountability Act—for other purposes. Prop 69 would guarantee these recently-enacted transportation revenues are…
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In Case You Missed It: San Diego Union-Tribune says yes on Prop 69

May 18, 2018

SACRAMENTO – Today, the San Diego Union-Tribune supported Proposition 69 on California’s June 2018 ballot. Prop 69 would prevent the Legislature from redirecting transportation funds from SB 1—the Road Repair and Accountability Act—for other purposes. Prop 69 would guarantee these recently-enacted transportation revenues are dedicated to transportation improvement purposes only. The San Diego Union-Tribune joins…
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Southern California News Group: Vote yes, with some caveats, on California Prop. 69

May 17, 2018

Whatever one believes about the wisdom of recently enacted gas tax and vehicle-registration fee increases, most will likely agree that those revenues should be used to improve California’s transportation infrastructure. Proposition 69 offers Californians an opportunity to ensure that the additional taxes and fees from Senate Bill 1 actually go toward transportation. Currently, the state…
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In Case You Missed It: Fresno Bee endorses Prop 69 in June

May 9, 2018

SACRAMENTO – Today the Fresno Bee endorsed Prop 69 on the June 2018 ballot. Prop 69 would prevent the Legislature from redirecting transportation funds from SB 1—the Road Repair and Accountability Act—for other purposes. Prop 69 would guarantee these recently-enacted transportation revenues are dedicated to transportation improvement purposes only. The Fresno Bee joins the Los…
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In Case You Missed It: Bakersfield Californian says “Proposition 69-Vote Yes”

April 23, 2018

SACRAMENTO – The Bakersfield Californian urged a YES vote on Prop 69 on the June 2018 ballot. Prop 69 would prevent the Legislature from redirecting transportation funds from SB 1—the Road Repair and Accountability Act—for other purposes. Prop 69 would guarantee these recently-enacted transportation revenues are dedicated to transportation improvement purposes only. The Californian joins…
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In Case You Missed It: Los Angeles Times says: “Proposition 69 would put California’s transportation funds in a lockbox. Vote yes”

April 18, 2018

For Immediate Release SACRAMENTO – The Los Angeles Times today endorsed Proposition 69, the June 2018 ballot measure that would prevent the Legislature from redirecting transportation funds from SB 1—the Road Repair and Accountability Act—for other purposes. Prop 69 would guarantee these recently-enacted transportation revenues are dedicated to transportation improvement purposes only. The LA Times…
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LOS ANGELES TIMES Editorial: Proposition 69 would put California’s transportation funds in a lockbox. Vote yes

April 18, 2018

Last year, legislators and Gov. Jerry Brown agreed to increase taxes on gasoline and diesel fuel, and to impose new and bigger fees on vehicles, to help build and maintain the state’s transportation infrastructure. To win support from tax-wary Republicans, proponents of the legislation (Senate Bill 1) promised that the new money would be used…
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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: SANTA CRUZ SENTINEL AND MONTEREY COUNTY HERALD LATEST EDITORIALS TO SAY ‘VOTE YES ON PROPOSITION 69’ April 16, 2018

April 16, 2018

For Immediate Release  SACRAMENTO – The Monterey Herald and Santa Cruz Sentinel urged voters to support Prop 69 on California’s June 2018 ballot. Prop 69 would prevent the Legislature from redirecting transportation funds from SB 1—the Road Repair and Accountability Act—for other purposes. Prop 69 would guarantee these recently-enacted transportation revenues are dedicated to transportation…
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In Case You Missed It: Palm Springs Desert Sun and Santa Rosa Press Democrat latest editorial boards to endorse Prop 69

April 9, 2018

For Immediate Release  SACRAMENTO – This weekend, the Palm Springs Desert Sun and Santa Rosa Press Democrat supported Proposition 69 on California’s June 2018 ballot. Prop 69 would prevent the Legislature from redirecting transportation funds from SB 1—the Road Repair and Accountability Act—for other purposes. Prop 69 would guarantee these recently-enacted transportation revenues are dedicated…
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Palm Springs Desert Sun Editorial: Propositions 68, 69 deal with your wallet, and should get your vote

April 6, 2018

Two of the measures on the June 5 statewide ballotcenter on money that ultimately comes from the pockets of California residents. Proposition 68 would authorize the state to issue $4 billion in new bonds to finance new parks, environmental projects and water quality improvements. Proposition 69 would amend the state Constitution to ensure that virtually all…
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Vacaville Reporter: Fairfield-Suisun Chamber endorses Proposition 69

March 30, 2018

By Reporter Staff The Fairfield-Suisun Chamber of Commerce’s Board of Directors have joined other business groups endorsing Proposition 69, a June ballot measure to ensure California gas tax revenue will not be diverted from much-needed transportation projects. Solano County stands to receive about $150 million over the next 10 years to fix potholes and improve…
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In Case You Missed It: East Bay Times/San Jose Mercury News say Yes on Proposition 69 to ensure legislature cannot divert new transportation revenues

March 30, 2018

SACRAMENTO – Today, the East Bay Times and San Jose Mercury News endorsed Prop 69 on California’s June 2018 ballot. Prop 69 guarantees that transportation revenues are dedicated to transportation improvement purposes and prevents the Legislature from redirecting transportation funds for other purposes. Key excerpts from the editorial, “Prop. 69 would block lawmakers raiding fuel…
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In Case You Missed It: Sacramento Bee Endorses Proposition 69, Calling Measure “Common Sense”

March 22, 2018

SACRAMENTO – Today, the Sacramento Bee ran an editorial supporting Proposition 69 on California’s June 2018 ballot. Prop 69 would guarantee that recently-enacted transportation revenues are dedicated to transportation improvement purposes. The measure prevents the Legislature from redirecting transportation funds for other purposes. The full editorial can be found here. Key excerpts from the Bee…
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Broad coalition supports Prop 69 on June ballot

March 14, 2018

Measure would constitutionally protect new transportation revenues from being diverted by the Legislature for non-transportation uses.   SACRAMENTO – The Coalition to Protect Local Transportation Improvements, a broad-based group representing local government, business, labor, seniors, social justice advocates, community groups, public safety leaders, transportation advocates and taxpayers launched its campaign today in support of Prop…
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