The UCL Practitioner
Wednesday, April 07, 2004
"17200 talks over, ballot fight now seems imminent"
Today's Recorder reports here (paid subscription required) that negotiations between the Consumer Attorneys of California and various trade organizations on possible preemptive amendments to section 17200 have "collapsed." The talks were organized by Senator Martha Escutia (D-Montebello). Various "tort reform" groups are threatening to put one or more initiative measures on the November ballot that would drastically curtail section 17200's reach. The deadline to submit the required signatures (373,816 of them) is next Friday, April 16, so mark your calendars!
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