California Common Sense Releases "The Common Sense Voter’s Guide to the 2012 Propositions"


California Common Sense (CACS), a non-profit and non-partisan organization founded by Review Alumni that informs voters by opening government data to the public and analyzing policy, has released their 2012 voters guide to “propositions that will have major fiscal and structural impacts on the State”.

Driven by their “common sense” mantra, CACS has sought out substantive research to back arguments both for and against the propositions in question. Their effort to eliminate rhetoric in favor of data results in analysis that reflects issues like tax return volatility and the distribution of state spending from a given source.

Read about CACS and pick up their voting guide before heading to the polls.

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