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On the new California Proposition 19, the Marijuana Legalization Initiative (2010)#Opinion of Law Professors section you added, I have a couple of thoughts:
- You don't provide a citation for the assertion that no law professors are opposed to 19. It's hard to prove a negative.
---> I've added a citation
- The section is titled "Opinion of Law Professors" but it doesn't give any opinions. It's just a list.
---> The opinion is expressed in a letter signed by over 80 law professors across the country. The text of their letter appears in the citation.
- Since it's just a list, does it really deserve an entire separate section? Isn't it just a subset of 19 supporters and as such should be added to the page about 19 supporters along with a few lines in the main supporters section noting that X number of law professors signed a statement endorsing 19? Polycal 08:27, 19 October 2010 (CDT)
---> No, it is not just a subset of 19 supporters. See previous response.
- I'm placing this discussion on the Prop 19 talk page. Polycal 07:46, 20 October 2010 (CDT)
Some pointers to keep in mind: