The collection contains two scrapbooks
of news clippings, correspondence, political mailers, and other materials related to efforts
to pass two ballot propositions related to state bonds in the June 2, 1970 election in
The June 2, 1970 election in California had 8 propositions on the ballot. California
Proposition 1, Bonds for University of California Health Sciences Facilities, was a
legislatively-referred bond act which would have provided for a bond issue of $246,300,000
to provide capital for University of California Health Science Facilities. It was defeated
in the election. California Proposition 7, Interest Rate on State-Issued Bonds, was a
legislatively referred constitutional amendment that would have increased the maximum
interest rate the State could pay on its currently unsold general obligation bonds from 5%
to 7%. It was passed in the election.
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