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Prop. 68: Best parks bond ever

“There are kids living in poverty less than a mile from the American River Parkway who’ve never been there,” says Assemblymember Kevin McCarty. It’s no wonder: The Parkway near South Natomas doesn’t look anything like the well-used Parkway in ... read more

Prop. 68 means more debt and higher taxes

“It does NOT raise taxes,” proponents of Proposition 68 insist in the official state voters’ guide. Then where do they think the money will come from to repay the $4 billion in bonds that are supposed to go for parks ... relief from ever-high taxes ... read more

California's $4 Billion Plan to Get People Outside

Prop 68 is a sweeping $4 billion package that finances numerous environmental and public health projects. Bonds devoted to parks aren’t uncommon in California ... but as an everyday setting could be the best way to give everyone a chance to get outside. read more

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California Primary Ballot June 2018, Analysis by mainstreet52

Thus, it is worth it to take a serious look at who the best candidate actually is ... just in case of poison pills or other such problems. (I found none.) Prop 68. “Authorizes Bonds Funding Parks, Natural Resources Protection, Climate Adaptation ... read more

East Bay district shows how best to fund parks

Jerry Brown provided a new $80 million, but some of that depends on the passage of Prop. 68. That sweeping bill is the $4 billion bond for water and parks and includes $218 million for deferred infrastructure. Maybe this is the future. read more

Making an economic case for local water in L.A. County

Ballot measures offer the best hope for a solution, Gold said. Voters will get a chance to weigh in on several water-focused items this year: Proposition 68, on the ballot in June, would allow the state to sell bonds to raise money for parks and water ... read more

How much does Portland love dog parks? Try 8 times more than national average, report says

Portland's parks system is one of the nation's best, especially for dogs ... despite having passed a $68 million parks bond last November. According to the Trust for Public Land, Portland's ranking suffered a bit by offering fewer playgrounds per 20,000 ... read more

School shootings + police transparency + homeless + Mueller

Read more. San Diego Union-Tribune: Proposition 68, which was placed on the ballot by the California Legislature, would authorize the sale of $4 billion in bonds to establish and rehabilitate state and local parks and to pay for environmental, water ... read more

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