Decision 2020 Reports on State Measures in November 3rd Election


California voters face a number of state ballot initiatives. Reporter Kris Ankarlo has researched the issues and interviewed opponents and supporters on the wide ranging measures, from stem cell research to the legal voter age.

Listen to his special Decision 2020 series of reports below.

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Proposition 14

Voters will have to decide whether to grow stem cell funding.

Proposition 14

Proposition 15

Property tax protections have made it to the ballot again as voters are asked to decide whether business and industry should pay the same rate as homeowners.

Proposition 15

Proposition 16

One ballot question has reignited the quarter century debate over affirmative action in California.

Proposition 16

Proposition 17

One of this year's ballot measures will have voters in the state decide on an issue at the intersection of criminal justice reform and suffrage.

Proposition 17

Proposition 18

One of the measures on this year's ballot would give 17-year-olds the right to vote in primaries if they turn 18 before the General Election.

Proposition 18

Proposition 19

A failed ballot measure from the 2018 midterm has returned to the 2020 ballot, but with a twist.

Proposition 19

Proposition 21

Rent control has returned to the General Election ballot in 2020.

Proposition 21

Proposition 22

The most expensive ballot measure fight in California history has been driven by Uber and lyft.

Proposition 22

Proposition 23

One of the measures on this year's ballot has revisited the dialysis clinic industry.

Proposition 23

Proposition 24

Voters will decide just how much of their digital fingerprint is available online.

Proposition 24

Proposition 25

Do voters want to bail on, bail?

Proposition 25