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          California Ballot Measures 2016 Analyzed by UC Hastings Law Professors

          From a Repeal of the Death Penalty, to Tax Extension to Fund Education and Healthcare, to the Adult Use of Marijuana Act, to Condoms in Pornographic Films and beyond.
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          Seventeen measures will be put before voters at the election on November 8, 2016.

          From a Repeal of the Death Penalty, to Tax Extension to Fund Education and Healthcare, to the Adult Use of Marijuana Act, to Condoms in Pornographic Films and beyond! UC Hastings professors Hadar Aviram, Marsha Cohen, Naomi Roht-ArriazaMichael SalernoRob Schwartz, and Manoj Viswanathan provide perspective on Props 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 60, 62, 64 65, 66, and 67.

          Watch them all on the UC Hastings Ballot Propositions: California 2016 playlist on YouTube:

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