Death and Taxes (and other hot topics): Debating the 2012 California Ballot Propositions

Death and Taxes (and other hot topics): Debating the 2012 California Ballot Propositions
Thursday, November 1, 2012 - 12:15pm - 1:45pm
12:15 pm
1:45 pm
UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs and the UCLA Institute for Research on Labor and Employment
310-206-8034
Students, Staff and Faculty
Public Affairs Building
Room 2355
Los Angeles, CA 90095
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Date: 
Thu, 11/01/2012 - 12:15pm - 1:45pm
Presented By: 
UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs and the UCLA Institute for Research on Labor and Employment
Contact Phone: 
310-206-8034

Location

Public Affairs Building
Room 2355
Los Angeles, CA 90095
United States
34° 2' 47.13" N, 118° 41' 16.7244" W
Open to: 
Students, Staff and Faculty

Although most attention has been focused on the Presidential race, California voters face momentous decisions on the eleven 2012 ballot initiatives as well.  Everything from tax policy to the death penalty to genetically modified food labeling is at stake on the ballot.  Join us for an educational and informative forum to analyze the initiatives.

      Lunch will be served for guests with RSVP.

Although most attention has been focused on the Presidential race, California voters face momentous decisions on the eleven 2012 ballot initiatives as well.  Everything from tax policy to the death penalty to genetically modified food labeling is at stake on the ballot.  Join us for an educational and informative forum to analyze the initiatives.

      Lunch will be served for guests with RSVP.

Please RSVP via this link: http://luskin2012calprops.eventbrite.com

Former Governor Gray Davis was overwhelmingly elected the 37th governor of California in 1998. As Governor, he made education a top priority, signing legislation to strengthen California’s K-12 system, increasing accountability in schools, and expanding access to higher education with a record number of scholarships and college loans. While presiding over California during an economic expansion, Davis made record investments in infrastructure, created four Centers of Science and Innovation on UC campuses, and expanded state health insurance for an additional one million children.

Assemblymember Cameron Smyth Smyth represents 38th Assembly District, which includes parts of Los Angeles and Simi Valley.  Assemblymember Smyth serves as the Republican Caucus Chair, which is the second-highest ranking Republican in the State Assembly and, in 2010, was named Chairman of the Assembly Local Government Committee.  In addition, Assemblymember Smyth serves on the Health, Business and Professions, and Joint Legislative Audit committees and is an active member of the Select Committee on the Preservation of California's Entertainment Industry.