Measure D questions for voters: |

Measure D questions for voters:

Measure D questions for voters:

Why aren’t the 197 words of “D” included in the information pamphlet? So the voters wouldn’t see how simple it really is?

Why does “…provide an orderly process…” mean a large county department, rather than a simple application form?

How can an analysis directed by, paid for, and approved by the opposition be “impartial?”

Why is the flexibility given the county described as ambiguous?

How can “After passage of this initiative…” mean retroactive?

Are the opponents correct in assuming voters aren’t capable of understanding the meaning of 197 words and will believe their misleading statements?

Ken Simon

Grass Valley

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