Proposition Forum Educates Voters
On October 28, professors from the department of Political Science and International Relations discussed the propositions that will be on California’s ballot this November. Casey Dominguez, Ph.D., organized the ballot proposition review with Pi Sigma Alpha, the USD Political Science honor society. With both students and faculty in attendance, four political science professors weighed the pros and cons of each of the 12 propositions that could amend state law.
Gary Grey, Ph.D., detailed California Proposition 1A, calling it “fairly straight forward” when compared to the other 11. The measure proposes a bond issue of $9.95 billion to create a high speed train service from San Francisco to Los Angeles. The train, scheduled to be completed in 2030, would take a passenger from the bay to southern California in about two and a half hours. Bonds, a common tool of public financing, allow governments to borrow money from investors. (Full Story on Inside USD)
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