ⓘ 2009 California Proposition 1D

                                     

ⓘ 2009 California Proposition 1D

Proposition 1D was a defeated California ballot proposition that appeared on the May 19, 2009 special election ballot. The measure was legislatively referred by the State Legislature. If approved, the proposition would have authorized a one-time reallocation of tobacco tax revenue to help balance the state budget.

                                     
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