'Citizens United' advisory measure can go on ballot, California high court says

by - January 05, 2016

The California Supreme Court cleared the way Monday for the Legislature to place an advisory measure on the November ballot asking voters their views on campaign spending.
Source: 'Citizens United' advisory measure can go on ballot, California high court says

This statement from CA SOS Alex Padilla seems inappropriate to me. Padilla is the person who counts the votes, not one who should take positions on ballot measures or candidates: “Today, the California Supreme Court issued an opinion in Howard Jarvis Tax Payers Association v. Padilla.
Source: CA Secretary of State Urges Legislature to Pass Anti-Citizens United Measure

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