Another Measure D.

Santa Barbara's Measure D failed to deliver its promise that the freeways would be widened. On top of failed promises, many projects doubled in price for various reasons, some of them without proper paperwork to support the increased tax money spent.

Now Measure A-2008 has passed with more promises, which are already being "renegotiated."

Similarly, in other parts of the State, voters are being misled to vote on Measures which make certain promises, while disenfranchising the public. This video presents an attractive push to control contractor overpayments in San Jose,

The results of the Measure are that voters are no longer involved in periodic approvals of transportation allotments.

This is similar to Measure A in Santa Barbara, which is estimated to cost the taxpayers over a BILLION dollars, without any guarantee or accountability.

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