Data Privacy Among 11 Measures to Qualify for Calif. Ballot

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) – California voters will weigh in this November on whether to expand a landmark data privacy law, alter a decades-old law that limits property taxes on businesses and exempt ride-hail giants Uber and Lyft from a new state labor law.

They are among 11 measures Secretary of State Alex Padilla certified on Thursday for the Nov. 3 ballot.

Two are constitutional amendments that would overturn the state’s ban on affirmative action and another to restore the voting rights of people with felony convictions who are on parole.

A referendum will ask voters to decide whether the state should eliminate cash bail.