California voters to decide on 12 ballot measures in November

Posted at 8:58 PM, Jun 29, 2018

California voters will decide on 12 different propositions in November.

On Friday, Secretary of State Alex Padilla released proposition numbers to ballot measures qualified for the Nov. 6 election.

Proposition 1: Veterans and Affordable Housing Bond Act of 2018

Proposition 2: No Place Like Home Act of 2018

Proposition 3: Authorizes bonds to fund projects for water supply and quality (initiative statute)

Proposition 4: Authorizes bonds funding construction at hospitals providing children’s healthcare (initiative statute)

Proposition 5: Changes requirements for certain property owners to transfer their property tax base to replacement property (initiative constitutional amendment and statute)

Proposition 6: Eliminates recently enacted road repair and transportation funding by repealing revenues dedicated for those purposes. Requires any measure to enact certain vehicle fuel taxes and vehicles fees be submitted to and approved by the electorate. (initiative constitutional amendment)

Proposition 7: Daylight Saving Time, aims to make Daylight Saving Time year-round

Proposition 8: Authorizes state regulation of kidney dialysis clinics, limits charges for patient care (initiative statute)

Proposition 9: Division of California into three states (initiative statute)

Proposition 10: Expands local governments’ authority to enact rent control on residential property (initiative statute)

Proposition 11: Requires private-sector emergency ambulance employees to remain on call during work breaks. Changes other conditions of employment (initiative statute)

Proposition 12: Establishes new standards for confinement of certain farm animals, also bans sale of certain non-complying products (initiative statute)