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SFL Ballot Issues Conference

By Students For Liberty

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Ended 03/19/2016

"Learn more about the issues on the ballot in California like marijuana legalization, firearms regulation, and more!"

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Ballot Issues Conference California State University Dominguez Hills - April 30th, 2016 The ballot process is a culmination of the democratic process and a method that can be used to advance liberty. From the many proposals that seek to legalize marijuana to a proposal to lower the drinking age, libertarian issues can be advanced through ballot initiatives. Even though the ballot process can be used to advance liberty it can also be used against it. A proposal to increase firearms regulation in a state that already has excessive restrictions on firearms is in the process of going on the ballot in California while a proposal to raise the minimum wage is also making rounds. The key to all of this is understanding the particular proposals and how they fit into a freer world. From this point, attendees can get a better footing for their decision to vote for or against each proposal. Breakfast will be provided, as well as a post-conference lunch.

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Daniel Palm Daniel C. Palm is Professor of Political Science at Azusa Pacific University in Azusa, California, where he teaches international relations, political philosophy, and terrorism/counter-terrorism. He holds a Ph.D. in Government from the Claremont Graduate School, and is a Senior Fellow for the Claremont Institute of Statesmanship and Political Philosophy. His articles and reviews have appeared in Politics and Religion, Political Communication and Persuasion, Perspectives in Political Science, The Claremont Review of Books, The American Journal of Chinese Studies, and The Indianapolis Star. Since 1987 he has served as Secretary for the West End Gun Club, a 1600-member rifle and pistol range near Rialto, California. Donald Kochan Donald Kochan is the Associate Dean for Research & Faculty Development and Professor of Law at Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law. Professor Kochan’s scholarship focuses on areas of property, administrative law, natural resources, law & economics, and jurisprudence, among others. In January 2016, Professor Kochan was elected as a new Member of the American Law Institute (ALI). He was also elected as a Life Fellow of the American Bar Foundation in 2014. Professor Kochan received the 2014 Valerie Scudder Award from Chapman University, a merit-based award selected by peers in recognition of outstanding achievement in scholarship, teaching, and service.

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