Voters' Guide to Controversial Political Measures: Links to all Coverage Here

*Proposition 6: The Most Implosive

By Max Taves

October 30, 2008

A tiny, unnoticed clause could allow the use of much looser hearsay in trials.

*Questions Still Surround Oliver Stone's W.

By Nikki Finke

October 30, 2008

Winner or loser? Original or borrowed? Investors or Chinese gangsters?

*L.A.'s Proposition B: The Most Sneaky

By Paul Teetor

October 30, 2008

It repeals a ban on low-income housing taller than two stories. It just doesn't say so.

*Proposition R: The Most Expensive

By Daniel Heimpel

October 30, 2008

Suburbanites hold the cards in approving a countywide sales-tax increase for mass transit.

*Election '08 Voting Guide: Endorsements From a Freethinker — No on 8, Yes on 11. And a Nod to Mark Ridley-Thomas

By Marc Cooper

October 30, 2008

Why siding with Arnold on redistricting makes sense, and other ballot notes.

*Proposition T: The Most Divisive

By Jorge Casuso

October 30, 2008

Things get absurd between slow-growthers and pro-growthers in Santa Monica.

*Barack Obama's Slippery Fund-Raising Slope

By Patrick Range McDonald

October 30, 2008

Small donors aside, he's awash in cash from big labor and business. Can he say no?

*What Could Stop Obama: Secret Racist Democrats

By Jervey Tervalon

October 30, 2008

The AP-Yahoo poll on race and what it says about our prejudices that still remain.

*Proposition 5: The Most Threatening (to the Prison Industrial Complex)

By Mark Groubert

October 30, 2008

More drug treatment means fewer criminals, and fewer criminals could mean fewer prisons.

*The Red Scare and Average Joes

By Joe Donnelly

October 30, 2008

What we talk about when we talk about socialism.

*Proposition 7: The Most Confusing

By Judith Lewis

October 30, 2008

Why environmentalists are against solar power.

*It's Going to Take a Whole Lot More Than a Democratic Majority to Save Us

By Marc Cooper

October 30, 2008

Hope, not faith.

*Proposition 11: The Most Misunderstood

By David Ferrell

October 30, 2008

The League of Women Voters, Common Cause and AARP seek change in Sacramento.

*Diane Watson: Hillary's Gal

By Mark Groubert

October 30, 2008

A talk with the 68-year-old congresswoman.


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