For $200, Californians with varying ideas can propose a measure that might wind up on the ballot, such as proposing to call California’s chief executive president instead of governor. Another would mandate displaying the state flag more prominently at a variety of events and public buildings, including above the U.S. flag when they are flown together on the same flagpole. A third would create a panel of officials to explore the possibility of California claiming its autonomy from the country.
For $200, Californians with varying ideas can propose a measure that might wind up on the ballot, such as proposing to call California’s chief executive president instead of governor. Another would mandate displaying the state flag more prominently at a variety of events and public buildings, including above the U.S. flag when they are flown together on the same flagpole. A third would create a panel of officials to explore the possibility of California claiming its autonomy from the country. Dick Schmidt Bee file
For $200, Californians with varying ideas can propose a measure that might wind up on the ballot, such as proposing to call California’s chief executive president instead of governor. Another would mandate displaying the state flag more prominently at a variety of events and public buildings, including above the U.S. flag when they are flown together on the same flagpole. A third would create a panel of officials to explore the possibility of California claiming its autonomy from the country. Dick Schmidt Bee file