Talk:Arizona Proposition 103 (2008)
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The initiative was filed as Conserving Arizona's Water and Land, but the media article is saying that it's now called "Our Land, Our Schools". Is this common? And how is it handled? azdavidpedia 00:09, 3 July 2008 (EDT)
- Yes, that type of thing is common. These initiatives are all going to get numbers before too long and officially become Arizona Proposition 119, etc. At that point, the titles of the articles should all be re-named/moved. When that happens, the introductory sentence would be changed to say something like Arizona Proposition 119 is an initiated statute that will be on the November 4, 2008 ballot in Arizona. It is variously known as the Our Land, Our Schools Initiative and the Whatever the Opponents Call It Initiative. I wouldn't see much need to preserve the original title if the supporters are no longer using it unless we judge that some people who are attempting to find "the article on BP about the Conserving Water and Land Initiative" will be misled or confused if the article doesn't have that phrase in it somewhere.January 06:48, 3 July 2008 (EDT)