In California, Proposition 140
A) eliminated affirmative action programs.
B) established term limits for members of the Assembly and Senate.
C) legalized marijuana for medical purposes.
D) established the three strikes law.
Most political observers believe that term limits have had what impact on the state legislature?
A) They reduced contributions to incumbents.
B) They worsened the legislature, not improved it.
C) They provided citizens with greater access to legislators.
D) They greatly reduced the number of lobbyists.
What did Proposition 28 change?
A) It allows legislators to serve 12 years.
B) It allows the governor to seek unlimited terms.
C) It lowered the requirement for tax increases from two-thirds to a simple majority.
D) It permits the governor to appoint mayors in charter cities.
What are the term limits for statewide offices such as the governor, attorney general, and secretary of state?
A) one term (6 years)
B) two terms (8 years)
C) two terms (12 years)
D) unlimited terms