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Insight: Will Upland Ruling Allow Stadiums -- And Others -- Evade Two-Thirds Vote?

publication date: Apr 4, 2016
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So, why does a court ruling on a medical marijuana ban in Upland affect the Chargers ability to build a new stadium in San Diego?

For the same reason that construction of a Wal-Mart in Sonora affects the Rams ability to build a new stadium in Inglewood, which is:

The apparently magical power of the initiative process to end-run two generations of laws that make it more difficult to approve new buildings and adopt new taxes in California. >>read more


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