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Work on Prop 11
I saw you were working on California Proposition 11 (2008). If you have any inclination to go to the main article and add an "Arguments against Proposition 11" section laid out as what you will find in California Proposition 3 (2008) that would definitely improve the article, since it doesn't have that section yet. Polycal 22:02, 22 September 2008 (UTC)
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