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Proposition 44

Official Title: Chiropractors. Unprofessional Conduct. Legislative Initiative Amendment.






Official statewide election results are available from the Secretary of State's web site.

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Official Summary: Amends Chiropractic Act to specify practices constituting unprofessional conduct; require investigation of licensee in certain circumstances and license revocation upon second conviction, or multiple convictions, of specified insurance fraud offenses. Fiscal Impact: Negligible additional state implementation costs. Potential state savings of unknown amount resulting from lower workers' compensation and Medi-Cal costs.

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Contact Information


  Jackie Speier
State Senator
P.O. Box 3113
Daly City, CA 94015

(650) 361-0301


  Ted Brown
Libertarian Party of California
14547 Titus Street, Suite 214
Panorama City, CA 91402

(818) 782-8400

Who Signed the Ballot Arguments




green check mark Jackie Speier, State Senator   green check mark Ted Brown, Insurance Claims Investigator
green check mark Gordon Spencer, President, California District Attorneys Association   green check mark Dale Ogden, Insurance Consultant/Actuary
  green check mark Ed Kuwatch, Chairman, Libertarian Party of Mendocino County

News Coverage

(please note: some of the links below may no longer work, because many newspaper web sites move stories into fee-based archives after a certain amount of time)
This measure is one for the roads, Los Angeles Times, February 20, 2002
Prop. 44, on chiropractors, has strange twist, San Diego Union Tribune, February 11, 2002

For More Information, CVF Recommends...

  Secretary of State's Official Voter Information Guide

Text of the Measure

Official Pro/Con Arguments

Analysis by the Legislative Analyst

  Easy Reading Voter Guide

  The League of Women Voters Pro/Con Analysis

  Original Bill Information and History

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This page first published February 21, 2002 -- final update May 10, 2002