Rocky Assails City Council's Term-Limit Ballot Measure
The L.A. Times explained Rocky's rationale as follows:
"The reason, Delgadillo wrote, is that the term limits provision — permitting council members to serve a maximum of three terms instead of two — requires voters to amend the City Charter. But the ethics provisions would be more appropriate for the council to directly enact, which it could do at any time."
Query whether he would have issued the same opinion if the measure had included extending his potential term from eight years to 12. Maybe he feels . . . left out?
Anyway, I say good for him! This should make it harder for City Council to dupe inattentive voters into missing the measure's real mission. Go, Rocky, go!
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