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Forum Examines Propositions

October 28, 2008

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McGeorge student authors presented the law school’s annual California Initiative Forum on Monday, October 27.

The California Initiative Review, founded in 1998, is a non-partisan, objective analysis of all statewide measures that come before California voters. This year’s forum examined the 12 propositions on the November 4 th general election ballot.

Professor Mary-Beth Moylan, who teaches election law at McGeorge, served as the emcee for the program that attracted an audience of students, faculty and the general public.

Christine Elliott, James Bothwell, Brian and Tessa Mayer, Melissa Meth, Corey Ordonez and Stephanie Schiele, Lee Sheldon, David Cox and Amber Maltbie, Joshua Kob and Rebekah Grodsky, Travis Leete, Jason Munroe, Jeffrey Grant and Luke Vanderwagen, and David Marchiano and David Weissman made forum presentations. Benjamin Koegel, Connor Mocsny, Isabel Liou, Omid Shabani, Daniel Reid and Maltbie comprised the editorial staff.