The most important aspect of all of these is HOW they are implemented. We need to rid ourselves of the corrupt practices of awarding contracts to inefficient and environmentally toxic developers and construction companies. For Prop J, I DO support the right for people to place initiatives on the ballot, however, I am very concerned that this passing would prevent us from implementing much needed environmental protections. For Prop K, I support accomplishing this in a more transparent way that strengthens the educational opportunities for our student population. We can always look for ways to become more efficient in our city operation. I guarantee there are hundreds of millions of dollars we can use more effectively by investing in people and Universal Resources Access.