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Proposition 90

Ballot measure (Prop 98) would phase out rent control laws By Patrick McGreevy Los Angeles Times Staff Writer

By |October 21st, 2015|

Having toiled in machine shops during World War II and worked for decades in other manual jobs, 84-year-old Mary Kubancik felt entitled to live out her years in a pleasant mobile home park in Sylmar.

Instead, the frail Kubancik is … Read More

GSMOL DEVELOPMENTS (2006)

By |May 13th, 2015|

This has been an interesting year for GSMOL. In the latest CALIFORNIAN, Tim Sheahan, GSMOL State President, writes of 2006 as a year of ups and downs. Tim has had to take over the duties of editor of the CALIFORNIAN  … Read More

Rent Control, Proposition 90, & Condo Conversions (2007)

By |May 13th, 2015|

RENT CONTROL

Rent control is the hot button issue today, hands down.  Whether the “California Property Owners Protection Act,” condo conversion, economic eviction, affordable housing, or whatever, it is all about rent control.  And this issue DOES AFFECT you, whether … Read More

Proposition 90 Returns & It Will Eliminate Rent Control (2007)

By |May 13th, 2015|

Proposition 90 Returns & It Will Eliminate Rent Control                                                                                       by Frank Wodley, CoMO-CAL President

Yes, on November 21, 2006, just two weeks after Proposition 90 failed, another eminent domain initiative was submitted for a Title and Summary by the state … Read More

Property rights fight on again – Taxpayer advocates edit defeated Prop. 90 (2007)

By |May 13th, 2015|

Property rights fight on again  – Taxpayer advocates edit defeated Prop. 90

BY HARRISON SHEPPARD, Sacramento Bureau LA Daily News Article Last Updated:11/24/2006

SACRAMENTO – Just weeks after voters rejected a controversial measure to reform eminent-domain laws in California, taxpayer … Read More

Proposition 90 Revisited? (2007)

By |May 13th, 2015|

December 01, 2006 @ 2:33 PM

http://www.camajorityreport.com/index.php?  modle=articles&func=display&aid=1326&ptid=9

One of the fascinating sub-stories of the November election is the demise of Proposition 90. Not the fact that the voters rejected the initiative itself — which was terribly flawed, poorly drafted, … Read More

We Are Our Brothers’ Keepers (2006)

By |May 13th, 2015|

Divided We’ll  All Be Conquered—A Co-MO-CAL  Bulletin

We Are Our Brothers’ Keepers

By Ralph Weber, President Antelope Valley CoMO-CAL

             Well, folks, we mobile home owners once again kept the wolf from the door…we played a part in the defeat of … Read More

Supporters of California’s Prop. 90 plan to try again (2006)

By |May 13th, 2015|

By PATRICK HOGE Thursday, November 09, 2006 http://www.scrippsnews.com/node/16225

Proponents of Proposition 90, an eminent domain reform initiative that California voters narrowly rejected Tuesday, plan to try again with a similar measure, possibly in June 2008.      The failed initiative, which opponents … Read More

PROPOSITION 90 BARELY DEFEATED & THE THREAT CONTINUES

By |May 13th, 2015|

PROPOSITION 90 BARELY DEFEATED & THE THREAT CONTINUES

From the first election results it was obvious that the outcome would be close.  In the end, Proposition 90 was defeated by the narrow margin of 52.5% to 47.5%.  In fact, similar … Read More

WHAT OTHER’S ARE SAYING ABOUT PROPOSITION 90 (2006)

By |May 13th, 2015|

 WHAT OTHER’S ARE SAYING ABOUT PROPOSITION 90            

Proposition 90 masquerades as a savior to protect your property from seizure by the government through eminent domain.      But behind that mask, the proposition is a serious threat to taxpayers,   to consumers, to … Read More

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