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Twelve propositions that passed on California’s ballot for 2016 included legislation on education, plastic bags, marijuana, tobacco, criminal justice and taxation.
Loud chants of “Build bridges, not walls” and “This is what democracy looks like” erupted as students and faculty members marched around campus in a peaceful protest against President-elect Donald Trump at 10 p.m. Nov. 10.
Democracy has shown its true face today. Nothing remains but to write, write, write. Nothing remains but to f***, f***, f***.
Students watched anxiously as the election results unfolded and ended with a shocking win by Donald Trump during the Election Watch Party hosted by the College Democrats and Republicans clubs Tuesday night in the Campus Center Ballroom.
In a informal survey at the University of La Verne students, four out of five students who smoke said they support a proposed tax increase on tobacco products – if the money goes toward research on cancers caused by smoking. And four out of six non-smokers agreed there should be a tax increase on tobacco products.
Tim Sandoval, mayoral candidate for the city of Pomona, and Matthew Lyons, candidate for La Verne’s city council, share their experiences with local government alongside senior political science major and secretary for the College Democrats Mariela Martinez Oct. 19 during Cafecito con Politicos in the Hanawalt House.
Three professors analyzed the presidential candidates’ policy platforms at the Hot Spots lecture Wednesday in the President’s Dining Room.
With the elections only a couple of weeks away on Nov. 8, California citizens will have the chance to vote whether or not recreational marijuana should be legalized in the state.
In a recent informal election survey among 10 University of La Verne faculty, eight faculty members said they plan to vote for Democratic Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton, one will vote for Republican Donald Trump, and one was undecided.