Look what’s back again. Three topics that Californians saw on previous ballots are returning for another round of voting this fall. 

First there’s Proposition 14, which has voters weighing whether to approve billions of taxpayer dollars to fund more stem cell research. 

Proposition 23 focuses on whether or not to further regulate California’s burgeoning kidney dialysis industry.

And with Proposition 21, voters will revisit a decision on rent control after a similar measure was rejected two years ago.

In our fifth and final “Props to You” election event, CalMatters covered these three propositions so you can have a better understanding of what’s on your ballot. This event happened on Wednesday, Oct. 14.

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Prop 14 Discussion

Prop 14 would fund more stem cell research by borrowing up to $5.5 billion.

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Barbara Feder Ostrov, CalMatters’ contributing writer on health policy, moderated this debate on Proposition 14.

Prop 23 Discussion

Prop 23 would require kidney dialysis clinics to have at least one physician on site at all times, and to report patient infection data to California health officials.

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CalMatters health reporter Ana B. Ibarra led the conversation about Proposition 23.

Prop 21 Discussion

Prop 21 would allow cities to pass rent control measures on almost all rental housing, as long as it’s more than 15 years old.

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CalMatters economic inequality reporter Jackie Botts moderated the discussion on Proposition 21.

Check out our other Props to You events. You can also learn more about the state ballot measures and election candidates in our California 2020 Voter Guide, or watch our full playlist of videos that explains each proposition in one minute here.

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