Talon Marks

Talon Marks 2020 Proposition Voting Guide

Talon Marks 2020 Proposition Voting Guide

October 23, 2020

California has important issues on the ballot this year and propositions can be confusing ,Talon Marks has some suggestions. The...

Prop 23: Dialysis clinics

Prop 23: Dialysis clinics

October 23, 2020

Yes on 23 will require dialysis clinics to have an on-site physician and prevent discrimination against patients based on source of payment for care.

Prop 24: An extension of the CCPA or something more?

Prop 24: An extension of the CCPA or something more?

October 23, 2020

Proposition 24 is proving to be one of the most divisive and confusing propositions on the ballot this year.

Prop 22: don't give Uber and Lyft a free ride to screw workers

Prop 22: don’t give Uber and Lyft a free ride to screw workers

October 23, 2020

Companies like Uber and Lyft have put hundreds of millions of dollars behind Prop 22 to convince Californians that they don't have to pay their employees the minimum wage or provide them health insurance.

Prop 20: fear-mongering to boost corporate retail profits

Prop 20: fear-mongering to boost corporate retail profits

October 23, 2020

Funded by police unions and supermarkets, Prop 20 seeks to increase penalties for low-level crimes while using violent crime as a voter scare tactic.

Prop 17: an end to discrimination

Prop 17: an end to discrimination

October 23, 2020

Prop 17 would put an end to the voter suppression against Black and Latinos.

Prop 15: increase school funding

Prop 15: increase school funding

October 23, 2020

Voting yes on proposition 15 will increase property taxes for business worth more than $3 million to fund public schools.

Prop 16: Restore affirmative action

Prop 16: Restore affirmative action

October 23, 2020

Repeal proposition 209 and restore affirmative action, endorsed by Cerritos College Board of Trustees and Black Lives Matter Los Angeles.

Prop 18: voting age

Prop 18: voting age

October 23, 2020

17 year old's can join the military, why not let them vote?

Stop body shaming and normalize normal bodies

Josselyn Garay

October 23, 2020

Society has made it harder for women to be comfortable in their own bodies and that has to change. Over time, body shaming has become more evident, especially towards young girls because society has changed the perception of what the average body should look like and even then, that body is almost unattainable.Normal bodies do exist. Not every girl ...

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