Today’s New York Times lays out the importance of Prop. 32 on the California ballot this November:
The prospect that Proposition 32 could become law in an overwhelmingly Democratic state that has a rich history of union activism has alarmed labor leaders. A victory here, they argued, would pave the way for similar efforts across the nation.
Let’s hope Prop. 32 does just that. But we know it won’t be easy. This excerpt highlights the disparity between in funding between the two sides –
Unions have raised more than $37 million to defeat the proposition, with most of the money coming from the California Teachers Association. Proposition 32, which was drafted by the Lincoln Club, whose members have included Richard M. Nixon and John Wayne, has raised about $9 million.
You can help support the Yes on 32 campaign by donating online here. Every bit helps.