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November 03, 2004

Prop 64 winning

The California Secretary of State reports that with more than two million votes counted, Proposition 64, which requires private lawyers to show actual injury if they want to sue under the state's unfair-practices law (see below), retains its 60-40 lead. The Secretary of State's office also provides a neat map on which you can examine the proposition's success county by county.

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