It's slow-going on gettingsignatures verified for the anti-choice initiative for this fall's election.
That initiative may require a special election, in which it would likely share a ballot with anotherpetition-driven initiative aimed at taking a bite out of newly won increases in workers' wages.
The De Anza project may havesome help on the way from Senator Udall. As Phil_O asked last week: what are the differences between a proposal based on 1958 and one based on 1964 and why can't a compromise be reached? We need some investigative journalism here!