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0 <br />0 <br />1 <br />2 <br />3 <br />4 <br />5 <br />6 <br />7 <br />8 <br />9 <br />10 <br />11 <br />12 <br />13 <br />14 <br />15 <br />16 <br />17 <br />X18 <br />19 <br />20 <br />21 <br />22 <br />23 <br />24 <br />25 <br />26 <br />27 <br />28 <br />29 <br />30 <br />31 <br />32 <br />-n�SUT,UTIOrr No. y� G <br />I. -TI '.Etgi S: Proposition 140. 10 would prohibit the proper and <br />econoricel use of public funds ftar obvL -m) public purposes by the <br />Joint action_ of all or the eitiMs and ot?zer r u,.lic agencies cc <br />California; and <br />1117:M' 87 Pro ^osition 110. 10 do c3 not prohibit t %ie separate <br />expenditure of public funds to urge icgialation of intezest to the <br />City of Nevcort Peach but merely prevents the Cit, of Nmr,ort Zeacb <br />from, ,dth sister municipaltities in urging the ar?ortion of <br />state and federal legislation of intorest to all cities or opposing <br />the enactrent of measures vhioh wo 'ld be im- ediately h� mlful to oil <br />residents; and <br />T�.I ERMSs Proposition VTo. log which in no .ray relates to <br />pensions., is advance ^, lrf pension pro_oter George icLain to punish <br />those who op osed and defeated a former ncLain pension program; <br />I :HMIIAS, Proposition 'No. 10 does not prohibit private int- <br />erests from influencing legislation on a collective basis but only <br />prohibits coilect`.ve rapresent,�.tion of n tblio Interests -:nu. <br />and <br />VH HEASs Proposition ^o. 10 permanently destroys or <br />damages a countless nuynber of quasi - public agencies whose only pur- <br />pose is the advancement of good govern -aent anO the public interests <br />such as the League of California Citics, the Shoreline :'fanning, <br />District Attorneys s Irrigation Districts, .lire Ch1 efs s Su-pervisors, <br />School Trustees and Sehool kdmin"istrstors kssockt:izns, anc& the <br />California Conrcrenae of SocLGl 'whemsy and <br />!TT R'A5, Proposition 10. 10 vo--ld cause the wasteful and <br />extravagant expenditure of pul:lic fnsads to do 1.,hat may <br />nmr be Pe`l?eved econo?s,ically jointly y cities and other public <br />agencies of California, including tie state and! its dopartments and <br />agencies; pout t1lie-refores <br />i <br />