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Propositioned

Welcome back to Propositioned! Hosted by KFI's Kris Ankarlo, this limited series podcast is back to take a look at the different propositions you'll see at the ballot box November 3rd! Now in its fourth season, Propositioned is a chance for both sides on each question to make their case to you, the voter. Then you can take that information with you to the voter booth.... Show More

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October 20, 2020 25 min
For the season finale of Propositioned, KFI's Kris Ankarlo examines the final measure on this year's ballot, which has targeted the bail industry. Proposition 25 is asking voters if they want to bail on the cash bail system.

Kris spoke with both sides to get a better understanding of the initiative on your ballot this year for the final episode of the season.

Guests:

No
Jeff Clayton, Executive Director American Bail Coalitio...
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People will have to stop scrolling and click yes or no for one of this year's propositions. With Prop 24, voters have the chance to decide how much of their digital fingerprint will be available online.

KFI's Kris Ankarlo spoke with both sides of Prop 24 to help us get a better understanding of the issue in this episode of Propositioned.

Guests:

Mary Stone Ross, NO on 24
Rick Arney, co-Author Prop 24
Democratic State Senator B...
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October 19, 2020 24 min
An attempt to regulate dialysis clinics is back on the ballot in 2020. Prop. 23 is another chance for voters to regulate the dialysis clinic industry.

KFI's Kris Ankarlo spoke with both sides in the latest episode of Propositioned!


Guests:
DeWayne Cox, patient advocate, No on 23

Steve Trossman, director public affairs SEIU-UHW
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October 16, 2020 30 min
The pro and the con sides of one of this year's ballot measures have been trying to hail voters' attention. Propositioned 22 is at the center of a battle for workers' rights and companies like Uber and Lyft who want to keep employees as independent contractors.

KFI's Kris Ankarlo spoke with both sides to help us understand how rideshare drivers would be affected if Prop. 22 passes (or fails) in November and what tha...
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October 14, 2020 20 min
The housing crisis has made it onto the 2020 ballot in California. Proposition 21 is aimed at slowing down the rate at which rents will go up in the state.

KFI's Kris Ankarlo dissects both sides of the ballot initiative with his guests in this episode of Propositioned.

Guests:

Former Democratic Assemblyman Mike Gatto of LA on the No side

YES on 21 Spokesman Rene Moya
YES on 21 policy Director Suzie Shannon
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One of the propositions before voters this year could mean more DNA samples in the criminal database. If Proposition 20 passes, it would change what's considered a violent crime.

KFI's Kris Ankarlo spoke with both sides of the issue to help us get a better understanding about what your vote on Prop 20 would mean.

Guests:
Lizzie Buchen, Criminal Justice Program Director, ACLU Northern California
Diana Becton, Contra Costa Dis...
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October 12, 2020 19 min
A failed ballot measure from the 2018 midterms has returned to the 2020 ballot, but with a twist. Prop 19 aims to help Californians pack up and move their property taxes if voters approve this ballot measure.

Guests:

Kristy Militello, 2017 Tubbs Fire survivor
David Wolfe, Yes on 19 and former director Howard Jarvist Taxpayers Association

Jon Coupal, Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association
Republican State Senator Pat Bates-Laguna Niguel
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One of the questions before voters in California would expand the right to vote in state primaries to people who can see R-rated movies on their own. Prop 18 would give people 17-year-olds the right to vote in primaries if they turn 18 before the general election.

Kris Ankarlo breaks down both sides of the issue for us in the latest episode of Propositioned.

Guests:
Democratic Assemblyman Kevin Mullin of South San Francisco
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One of this year's ballot measures will see voters in California deciding on an issue at the intersection of criminal justice reform and suffrage - Proposition 17 will give voters the chance to decide whether to restore the right to vote for parolees in California.

Kris Ankarlo spoke with both sides of the issue:

Guests:
Republican State Senator Jim Nielsen of Red Bluff
Yes on 17 Campaign Manager Shay Franco-Clausen
John Windham,...
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The question of affirmative action has made its way back onto the ballot for voters to decide. In today's episode of Propositioned, Kris Ankarlo speaks to both sides about Prop 16, a ballot initiative that's reignited a 25-year-old debate over affirmative action in California.

Guests:
Democratic Assemblywoman Dr. Shirley Weber (San Diego)
UCLA Law Professor Richard Sander
No on 16 Vice-Chair Manuel Klausner
Asian Americans Ad...
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Property tax protections have made it to the ballot once again this year as voters are being asked to decide whether business and industry should pay the same rate as homeowners. Prop. 15 on your ballot has targeted the property tax rates of big business and industry in California and it's up to voters to decide.

Kris Ankarlo spoke with both sides of the issue to help us better understand Proposition 15 and why it's importa...
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Welcome to another episode of Propositioned - a podcast mini-series hosted by KFI's Kris Ankarlo that examines each initiative you'll see on the ballot this year.

Today's episode focuses on Proposition 14 - or, as it's titled on your ballot: The California Stem Cell Research, Treatment, and Cures Initiative of 2020.

This all began in 2004 when voters passed Proposition 71, which created the California Institute for ...
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Welcome to the third season of Propositioned, hosted by Kris Ankarlo.

In today's episode, Kris explains the process for getting propositions on the ballot and why California is unique.
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