First initiative qualifies for the 2010 ballot in California

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January 13, 2010

PG&E building in San Francisco

SACRAMENTO, California: On Wednesday, January 12, The Office of the California Secretary of State announced that the New Two-Thirds Requirement for Local Public Electricity Providers Act has qualified for the June 8, 2010 ballot in California, bringing the 2010 total in California to 5 so far.

Although 3 other measures are already qualified for the June ballot, and one for the November ballot, those four propositions were placed on the ballot by the California State Legislature.

The New Two-Thirds Requirement for Local Public Electricity Providers Act is primarily supported by Pacific Gas & Electric, which has given at least $3.5 million to the campaign to qualify the measure for the ballot and get it enacted.

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