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Prop. 32 doesn’t fix problem

Proposition 32, meant to limit special-interest funds in politics, takes aim at unions while doing little to limit money from other groups. Public workers’ pensions and benefits have helped wreak fiscal havoc across the state, but this measure doesn’t fix that problem.

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