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November 02, 2004

Prop 64 tug-of-war

If California's Proposition 64 passes today, much credit will go to Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger for rallying voter support, and this picture of the gov holding high a Yes on 64 placard will probably be widely circulated. If it goes down to defeat, one principal reason will probably be the inclusion of "No on 64" advice in Democratic slate mailers like the one discussed in this article from San Luis Obispo.

If you're wondering why travel agents as a group support Prop 64, the Pacific Business News has details.

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