Statement by Attorney Gautam Dutta in response to Governor Schwarzenegger and Lieutenant Governor Maldonado’s attacks on the SB 6 / Prop 14 lawsuit

Press release emailed to contact.ipr@gmail.com:

Statement by Attorney Gautam Dutta in response to Governor Schwarzenegger and Lieutenant Governor Maldonado’s attacks on the SB 6 / Prop 14 lawsuit.

“Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and Lieutenant Governor Abel Maldonado’s joint attacks on the SB 6 lawsuit are baseless attempts to deviate attention from the real issues at hand. It is telling that both the Governor and the Lieutenant Governor, who is the author of SB 6, have not challenged the legal merits of our lawsuit or denied the allegations that SB 6 will disenfranchise voters and censor candidates from smaller political parties. They are attempting to diminish the illegality of SB 6 by throwing around phrases like “special interests” and “party bosses.” The fact is this lawsuit was brought by six individuals (four voters and two candidates) who are concerned about the serious implications of SB 6. This lawsuit is not funded by any political party, organizations or so-called “special interests.”

Governor Schwarzenegger’s statement: http://gov.ca.gov/press-release/15703

Visit http://businessandelectionlaw.com/sb6 for more information.

2 thoughts on “Statement by Attorney Gautam Dutta in response to Governor Schwarzenegger and Lieutenant Governor Maldonado’s attacks on the SB 6 / Prop 14 lawsuit

  1. Good luck ----- the year(s) that could have been .......... Lake

    I personally sat with Der Arnold, face to face —– alright face to belly button. It was 18 August 2003, just days after his Jay Leno announcement.

    He specially promised me a number of things, including improving CALVETS / CDVA.

    He then turn around and became John Graham [Gray] Davis in a body builder’s frame.

    Is there much doubt that Opeach Obama, My Yokohoma Momma, is mere the third term of W?

  2. '..... the serious side of free speech ' [Lake]

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