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More on CJLF's Single-Subject Suit

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CJLF's single-subject suit against the death penalty repeal initiative got some press coverage.  Howard Mintz has this story for the San Jose Mercury News.  David Siders has this post at the SacBee.  AP has this story.

The initiative supporters, naturally, are adamant that their initiative has only one subject, but they don't seem to have coordinated with each other before talking with the press.

From the Bee:  "Former San Quentin Warden Jeanne Woodford said in a prepared statement that the ballot measure is 'about one thing and one thing only: ensuring that those who commit the most serious crimes in our state are caught and held accountable. Every aspect of the initiative is connected to that goal.' "

From AP:  "Backers of the proposition say the measure is solely about abolishing the death penalty."

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Read more here: http://blogs.sacbee.com/capitolalertlatest/2012/05/ballot-measure-on-death-penalty-faces-legal-challenge.html#storylink=cpy

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that, now, makes for a 3 topic referrendum, inclusive of the additional funding for the $100 million, clearly distinct from the other two, which are clearly distinct from each other.

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