About Proposition 2
Vote NO on Prop. 2; it’s the UN-SAFE Food Initiative.
|What the editorial boards have to say…|
Measure means well but just isn’t necessary and may end up driving the industry from the state.
Prop. 2 — Not for voters: Let Legislature make law
Daily Breeze election endorsements
Our positions on Nov. 4’s propositions
Editorial: Proposition endorsements
IJ urges ‘yes’ vote on redistricting measure: Recommendations on Propositions 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 11
Editorial: Flawed measures should be rejected
Props. 2 and 4
Proposition 2 is a well-intentioned effort — that voters should reject
Point/Counterpoint: State ballot propositions
Newspaper recommends yes vote on Props 6, 12
PD Editorial: No on Prop. 2
Endorsements ’08: Say ‘No’ to all propositions except 11
Vote no on Proposition 2
Farmers would bear the brunt of Proposition 2
Unneeded Prop. 2 would only hurt California
Prop. 2 would destroy our egg industry
Voters to become lawmakers again Nov. 4 when propositions need deciding
Uncertain animal benefits: Proposition 2 leaves too much room for doubt about its likely outcomes.
Why Prop. 2 is a bad idea for agriculture
No on Prop. 2: Though admirable, Proposition 2’s ban on tight cages for hens could drive the egg business out of state.
Proposition 2 lays an egg on ag industries
Why Proposition 2 is a bad idea
California Prop. 2 Editorial: A well-intentioned pig in a poke
Vote NO on Proposition 2