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How could the Los Angeles Times oppose Proposition 35, the measure to combat human trafficking, when almost everyone else on the planet supports it? What were we thinking when we opposed Proposition 37, the measure to require labeling of genetically modified foods? What union got to us and persuaded us to oppose Proposition 32, the measure to ban union (oh yes, and corporate) contributions to political candidates? How do we even make these decisions? Where do we get off telling people how to vote? Don’t we believe voters can think for themselves?
Times editorial writer Robert Greene be speaking with The Times’ consumer columnist David Lazarus about the newspaper’s endorsements and decision-making process.