ⓘ 2004 California Proposition 1A

                                     

ⓘ 2004 California Proposition 1A

Proposition 1A was a California ballot proposition on the November 2, 2004 ballot. The proposition passed with 9.411.198 votes in favor and 1.840.002 against.

The proposal is intended to protect revenues collected by local authorities can be transferred in California state government for the state. Provisions may be suspended if the Governor declares a fiscal necessity and two-thirds of the California Legislature approve the suspension. It will not take effect until 2006.

Proposal 1A was added to the ballot by the Legislative Assembly of the state of California as a state compromise, to take the place of the initiative-drawn proposition 65 on the same ballot. He was admitted to the California Assembly by a vote of 64-13. It was approved by the Senate of the state of California with the vote of 34-5. Supporters of Prop 65 negotiations with government officials to make provisions proposal 1A. Then former supporters for their support for 65 in favor of 1A.

                                     
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