“Term limit reform is crucial to finding progressive solutions to the key problems of our state, ranging from education to universal health care to the environment and infrastructure. The Term Limits and Legislative Reform Act will give our legislators the time and experience they need to govern this state for all Californians, thereby reducing the influence of lobbyists and special interests.”

--Rick Jacobs - Chair, Courage Campaign

Term Limits and Legislative Reform Act Qualifies for February 2008 Ballot
September 4, 2007
Contact: Richard Stapler, (916) 443-7817

SACRAMENTO – Secretary of State Debra Bowen today certified that the Term Limits and Legislative Reform Act garnered more than enough signatures of registered California voters to qualify for the February 2008 ballot.

The case for term limits and legislative reform
Capitol Weekly

March 8, 2007

By Bill Hauck

In a state with a $1.6 trillion dollar economy and 37 million of some of the most creative, innovative and talented people in the world, Californians deserve a Legislature that is given an opportunity to truly grasp the complex issues and challenges that lie ahead.
Promising initiative
Contra Costa Times

June 7, 2007

Californians continue to support term limits for their representatives in Sacramento. Voters prefer that members of the Assembly and state Senate serve for a short time, not a lifetime, so that there is a constant infusion of new blood in the Legislature.

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