California Ballot Measures 2020
Time Out says
It’s a simple “yes” or “no” vote, yet year after year California’s ballot propositions prove to be some of the most complex decisions you need to make while performing your civic duty. There are a dozen of them on the ballot this November, and thankfully the Hammer Museum is here to help. Each Thursday evening, it’ll host a Zoom discussion led by Loyola Law School professor Jessica Levinson that tackles a different proposition, including ones about property taxes, voting rights and the gig economy.