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Prop 32 debate
Today on Your Call: What's the best way to limit big money’s influence on politics in California?
On today's Your Call, we’ll continue our election coverage with a debate on Proposition 32. If it passes, it would ban unions and corporations from extracting money from employee paychecks for political campaigns. Supporters say it gets “special interests” out of politics. Opponents say it unfairly targets unions and leaves exemptions for corporations. What do you want to know about Prop 32? Join us at 10am PST or post a comment here. What would true campaign finance reform look like? It’s Your Call with Holly Kernan, and you.
Tim Paulson, executive director of the San Francisco Labor Council and chair of the labor caucus for the California Democratic party
John Cox, Republican activist and author of Politics, Inc.: Principle, not profit: why we need statesmen, not career politicians
Jessica Levinson, visiting associate clinical professor at Loyola Law School and editor of the blog "Polawtics"
Daniel Newman, executive director of Maplight.org
Ballotpedia: Proposition 32
SF Labor Council: Tim Paulson on Prop 32
Huffington Post: Mitt + Koch = Prop 32 Ways to Buy CA
California Watch: State's top 100 political donors contribute $1.25 billion