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Initiatives Crowd Ballots

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Initiatives Crowd Ballots

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Initiatives Crowd Ballots

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This fall, many Americans aren't just voting for candidates, they're voting on issues. From stem cells to the Electoral College, referenda are crowding the ballot, and competing for voters' attentions.

Guests:

John Matsusaka, professor of business and law at the University of Southern California. President of Initiative & Referendum Institute. Author of For the Many or the Few: The Initiative, Public Policy, and American Democracy

Susan Greene, political reporter for The Denver Post

Ina Jaffe, NPR correspondent in California

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