Prop 34

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Just a reminder, our office will be closed next week on Thursday and Friday, November If you watch enough television shows and movies, then you might even start to notice that a bunch of the same props are used over and over again.

I first noticed this with a magazine prop in. Proposition 34, titled by election officials as "Death srmvision.comtive Statute", was on the November 6, ballot in California as an initiated state statute, where it was defeated.

If the state's voters had approved it, Proposition 34 would have eliminated the death penalty in California and replaced it with life in prison without the possibility of parole. This is the second time that I broke the prop pin, it is a real pain to have to take the prop nut off, especially out on the lake.

Prop. 34 costs taxpayers $ million over four years and many millions more, long term. Taxpayers would pay at least $50, annually, giving lifetime healthcare/housing to killers who tortured, raped, and murdered children, cops, mothers, and fathers. Proposition In parallelogrammic areas the opposite sides and angles equal one another, and the diameter bisects the areas. Let ACDB be a parallelogrammic area, and BC its diameter. I say that the opposite sides and angles of the parallelogram ACDB equal one another, and the diameter BC bisects it. In the immediate aftermath of the loss of Proposition 34, the ballot measure that would have ended California’s death penalty and replaced it with life without parole, its ballot sponsors took solace in the relative closeness of the election.

These work great, I replaced the original prop nut with the one here. Proposition 34, titled by election officials as "Death srmvision.comtive Statute", was on the November 6, ballot in California as an initiated state statute, where it was defeated.

If the state's voters had approved it, Proposition 34 would have eliminated the death penalty in California and replaced it with life in prison without the possibility of parole.

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34 lets serial killers, cop killers, child killers, and those who kill the elderly, escape justice. Proponents don’t acknowledge that when California’s death penalty was eliminated before, condemned criminals were released only to rape and kill again!

California Proposition 34, Limits on Campaign Contributions () - Ballotpedia