Proposition R. back to LA Superior Court Wednesday. Start Updating Your Resumes Termed-Out Losers!
Prop. R, the intentionally decieving and duciplitous, shady as hell proposition which extended the term limits for Los Angeles City Council members is set to be heard by Judge Dzintra Janavs on April 11, 2007, 9:30 AM at the Stanley Mosk Court House, Dept 85 in Los Angeles.
Attorney Candice E. Jackson lead attorney for Petitioners David Hernandez and Ted Hayes is joined by a legal team from JUDICIAL WATCH, Y'ALL.
On March 20, 2007 Attorney Jackson filed The “Notice of Motion and Motion for Issuance of Writ of Mandate; Memorandum of Points and Authorities” on behalf of the Petitioners. The Petitioners argue the Proposition violates the California State Constitution as it combines more than one issue on a single Ballot Measure. Plus, it will allow shady community killing Councilmembers to stay in office longer.
The City of Los Angeles was required to file the response to the Points and Authorities and will be arguing their merits (or lack thereof) in front of Judge Janavs on April 11th.
The National Legal Advocacy Group Judicial Watch has joined with the Hernandez and Hayes TO PROVIDE THE FUNDING for a successful challenge. (Ooops. That was the only problem...money, not merit. Now they got the money. Buh-bye! CMs)
Six of the current Los Angeles City Council members will be immediately impacted by the challenge. (That's nine too few.) Once the Proposition is set aside, it will reduce their remaining time in office from almost six years to less than 2 years. (That's 2 years, too many.)
A press conference will be held in the lobby of the court room once the case is heard by Judge Janavs. (Helen Keller can see how this one is going down!)
HA! ZUMA DOGG IS LAUGHING AT YOU, DESPARATE TERMED-OUT POLITICIANS. ZD can't wait to tell you -- Hey, Go get a REAL job -- FOUR YEARS EARLIER!
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