Proposition 14 permits the state to sell $5.5 billion in general obligation bonds primarily for stem cell research and the development of new medical treatments.
Proposition 15 mandates that property taxes on most commercial properties worth more than $3 million be increased to provide new funding to local governments and schools.
Proposition 16 would repeal Proposition 209 (1996) by permitting state and local entities to consider race, sex, color, ethnicity, and national origin in public education, public employment, and public contracting to the extent allowed under federal and state law.
Proposition 17 would change the law to allow people on state parole to vote and run for office, as long as they are California residents.
Proposition 18 will make 17-year-olds who will be 18 years old by the time of the next general election, eligible to vote in the primary election and any special elections preceding the general election.
Proposition 19 would change state law to allow eligible homeowners to save on property taxes when they move.
Proposition 20 would change the law regarding penalties on certain crimes, eligibility for early release of prisoners, and the collection of DNA of adults convicted of certain misdemeanors.
Proposition 21 would change state law to allow cities and counties to apply more kinds of rent control to more properties than under current law.
Proposition 22 would allow app-based rideshare and delivery companies to hire drivers as independent contractors. Drivers could decide when, where, and how much to work but would not receive the benefits and protections that businesses must provide employees.
Proposition 23 would require chronic dialysis clinics (CDC) to have a doctor onsite during all patient treatment hours. The measure would also require other rules for the operation of CDCs.
Proposition 24 would expand existing data privacy laws and rights. It changes which businesses would be required to meet privacy requirements. A new state agency and the state’s Department of Justice would share responsibility for overseeing and enforcing state consumer privacy laws.
Proposition 25 would create new rules regarding bail and release from jail before trial.