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April 13, 2004

PAYING FOR 84% OF THE COST. NOW, SO IT NEEDS TO BE SOME KIND OF AN INDIVIDUAL PLAN FOR EACH CITY RATHER THAN ONE APPROACH FOR EVERYONE.

SUP. MOLINA: RIGHT. I AGREE.

SUP. KNABE, CHAIR: ZEV?

SUP. YAROSLAVSKY: WELL, HERE'S MY PROBLEM. WHEN WE DISCUSSED THIS THE LAST TIME, IF MY MEMORY SERVES ME CORRECTLY, WE HAD SAID THAT WE WERE GOING TO REQUIRE OR ASK EVERY CITY IN OUR SYSTEM TO PUT IT ON THE BALLOT. I KNOW MS. MOLINA WANTED TO GO FURTHER BUT I THINK THE CONSENSUS HERE WAS, IF THEY PUT IT ON THE BALLOT, THAT WOULD BE ENOUGH, AND THE MAIN CONCERN THAT MOST OF US HAD, STARTING WITH SUPERVISOR MOLINA, WAS THAT SOME OF THESE CITIES WEREN'T EVEN GOING TO PUT IT ON THE BALLOT UNTIL HER MOTION CAME. I KNOW SOME DIDN'T. BUT I-- I JUST THINK IT'S A SLIPPERY SLOPE. I DON'T KNOW HOW YOU DETERMINE WHO FOUGHT HARD AND WHO DIDN'T FIGHT QUITE AS HARD AS THEY SHOULD HAVE FOUGHT AND WHO DIDN'T FIGHT AT ALL. IT'S ALL IN THE EYES OF THE BEHOLDER AND I-- I THINK-- I MEAN, IT'S KIND OF THE FEELING I HAVE HERE THAT SOMETIMES-- AROUND HERE SOMETIMES, THAT PEOPLE WHO VOTE FOR TAX INCREASES OUGHT TO HAVE THEIR DISTRICTS GET ALL THE MONEY AND THOSE WHO VOTE AGAINST PUTTING THEM ON THE BALLOT OR VOTING TO INCREASE THEM

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