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Nap Time!!!

Tuesday, March 03, 2009
Good work, guys

According to the bill packet I just saw, there will be no propositions on the ballot for this year. That means none of those critical constitutional changes, which everyone has been bitching about due to the recall, will actually happen.

The good news: No fee increases. Although now that I've mentioned it, they may scramble to write some up to add to the list without telling anyone. Or, I suppose, they can just postpone the deadline like they did two years ago.

posted by Beetle Aurora Drake 3/03/2009 02:08:00 PM #
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useless... a lot of talk about wasting money and chaos but no body rose up to the occasion to fix it.
So the broken recall system will stay in place?
maybe you could have written a proposition to fix it... but i guess talk is cheap. good going ariel!
Excuse me? How could I have written a proposition? Am I in the Senate now?
You don't need to be a senator to write a bill for an election proposition, you just have to get at least one senator to sponsor it. seeing the number of senators who publicly addressed concern with the recall process, i don't think that would be too hard.

Maybe you shouldn't complain about something when you obviously have no idea what you're talking about. Thanks!
A senator did slip a bill in there to amend the constitution, somewhat illegally. Not that thats the first time this year.

now lets hope enough people care enough to actually change the ASUC for the better.
Jeez, what's YOUR problem, anonymous?
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