Los Angeles Times: There's a season for California's 2018 ballot initiatives, and this is it

January 21, 2018

Debates over the cost of kidney dialysis and the rights of consumers to keep their information private are both addressed in likely ballot propositions. So, too, is a proposal to require drivers and technicians at private California ambulance companies to be on call during their meal and rest breaks. And this month, a group of powerful national paint companies quietly put $6 million into a campaign for a ballot measure under which taxpayers would pay for lead paint cleanups. That proposal is still a few days away from hitting the streets, but the industry’s cash gives it a good shot at gathering the almost 366,000 valid signatures needed to get it on this fall’s ballot.

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