Hospital Bond Measure Would Cost Taxpayers $2B
A Sacramento Bee analysis found that Proposition 3, which would authorize $980 million in bonds for capital improvement projects at children's hospitals, would cost taxpayers $2 billion. Meanwhile, an editorial urges voters to reject Proposition 3, arguing that the state cannot afford to take on more debt.
- "Ballot Measures Could Put State Deeper in Debt" (Wiegand, Sacramento Bee, 10/12).
- "State Can't Afford the Burden of Prop. 3" (Los Angeles Daily News, 10/13).