IN CASE YOU MISSED IT U-T San Diego writes second No on 37 editorial, calls it a “scam” because of enforcement provisions allowing shakedown lawsuits.

October 24, 2012

Chico Enterprise Record and Investor’s Business Daily also go No on 37.  In total, 40 newspapers from throughout the state — NO on 37.

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Sacramento— The U-T San Diego today editorialized a second time against Prop. 37, calling it a “scam” and saying it “keeps looking worse.” The editorial warned voters about the potential for shakedown lawsuits allowed by the measure.

Also in recent editorials, Investor’s Business Daily and the Chico Enterprise-Record urged their readers to vote NO on Proposition 37. That makes 40 daily newspapers urging NO.

Read all No on Prop. 37 editorials here.

Read the U-T San Diego, Chico Enterprise-Record and Investor’s Business Daily editorials.

U-T San Diego, Prop. 37 Keeps Looking Worse, 10/24/2012

Chico Enterprise-Record, Editorial: Proposition 37 unneeded, unfair, 10/23/2012

Investor’s Business Daily, Prop 37 Will Cost Californians At The Grocery Store, 10/19/2012

Newspapers Endorsing No on Prop. 37:

 About Prop. 37

Proposition 37 would ban the sale of tens of thousands of perfectly-safe, common grocery products only in California unless they are specially repackaged, relabeled or remade with higher cost ingredients. Prop. 37 is not a simple labeling measure. It will increase grocery bills for California families by up to $400 a year, add more government bureaucracy and taxpayer costs, will create a new way for trial lawyers to file shakedown lawsuits, and includes loopholes and exemptions which make no sense. All of this without providing any health or safety benefits. That’s why Prop. 37 is opposed by a broad coalition of family farmers, scientists, doctors, business, labor, taxpayers and consumers.