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Prop Zero Links: Friday, July 30



    Open Primary Challenge: A lawsuit filed Thursday says the legislation, Senate Bill 6, "unfairly censors and discriminates" against candidates from minor parties. [Mercury News]

    That's the Spirit: Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger now says he's optimistic that we'll have a budget before his term ends. [San Diego Union-Tribune]

    Thanks, Bell:
    The salary scandal fallout continues with a proposal that would make it easier for residents to find out what their city's highest-paid officials. [Calitics]

    Oakland Schools Say Yes to Parcel Tax: The $20 million parcel tax measure would be on the November ballot. [The Oakland Tribune]

    Spy Plane Fleet HQ:
    The Air Force says a fleet of spy planes will be based at Beale Air Force Base, which might mean more than 500 jobs for the area north of Sacramento. [Sacramento Bee]

    School's Out, Forever:
    "I don't have a lot of tolerance for these schools," says a state board education member of charter schools on the lowest-performing schools list. [SF Gate]