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'''Jim Holman''' is one of two chief financial backers of the [[California Waiting Period and Parental Notification Initiative (2008)]].
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'''Jim Holman''' is one of two chief financial backers of [[California Proposition 4 (2008)]], also known as '''Sarah's Law''' and the ''' Parental or Alternative Family Member Notification Act.'''
  
As of April 14, 2008, Sebastiani and Holman had donated approximately $1.8 million to this year's effort.<ref>[[San Diego Union-Tribune]], [http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/state/20080414-9999-1n14abort.html ''Abortion notification backers not giving up''], April 14, 2008</ref>  
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As of July 14, 2008, Holman had donated $1,375,590 to the effort. Of this, $1.35 million is listed as a loan.<ref>[[San Diego Union-Tribune]], [http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/state/20080414-9999-1n14abort.html ''Abortion notification backers not giving up''], April 14, 2008</ref>  
  
 
Holman was also a major financial backer of [[California Proposition 85 (2006)]] and [[California Proposition 73 (2005)]].
 
Holman was also a major financial backer of [[California Proposition 85 (2006)]] and [[California Proposition 73 (2005)]].
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Latest revision as of 08:04, 9 June 2011

Jim Holman is one of two chief financial backers of California Proposition 4 (2008), also known as Sarah's Law and the Parental or Alternative Family Member Notification Act.

As of July 14, 2008, Holman had donated $1,375,590 to the effort. Of this, $1.35 million is listed as a loan.[1]

Holman was also a major financial backer of California Proposition 85 (2006) and California Proposition 73 (2005).

Adding the donations Holman has made in 2008 to the donations he made to Props 85 and 73 in 2005 and 2006, Holman has spent around $4.6 million on this cause.

Holman owns the San Diego Reader.

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