MISCELLANEOUS SUPREME COURT DISPOSITIONS


BALLOT TITLE CERTIFIED

December 9, 2009

Berman v. Kroger (S057802). Petitioner's argument that the Attorney General's certified ballot title for Initiative Petition No. 54 (2010) does not comply substantially with ORS 250.035(2) to (7) is not well taken. The court certifies to the Secretary of State the Attorney General's certified ballot title for the proposed ballot measure.

Berman v. Kroger (S057883). Petitioner's argument that the Attorney General's certified ballot title for Initiative Petition No. 57 (2010) does not comply substantially with ORS 250.035(2) to (7) is not well taken. The court certifies to the Secretary of State the Attorney General's certified ballot title for the proposed ballot measure.

Caruthers v. Kroger (S057687); Day et al v. Kroger (S057693). Petitioner's argument that the Attorney General's certified ballot title for Initiative Petition No. 47 (2010) does not comply substantially with ORS 250.035(2) to (7) is not well taken. The court certifies to the Secretary of State the Attorney General's certified ballot title for the proposed ballot measure.

Caruthers et al v. Kroger (S057763). Petitioner's argument that the Attorney General's certified ballot title for Initiative Petition No. 49 (2010) does not comply substantially with ORS 250.035(2) to (7) is not well taken. The court certifies to the Secretary of State the Attorney General's certified ballot title for the proposed ballot measure.

Caruthers et al v. Kroger (S057773). Petitioner's argument that the Attorney General's certified ballot title for Initiative Petition No. 50 (2010) does not comply substantially with ORS 250.035(2) to (7) is not well taken. The court certifies to the Secretary of State the Attorney General's certified ballot title for the proposed ballot measure.

Caruthers et al v. Kroger (S057804); Syrett et al v. Kroger (S057814). Petitioner's argument that the Attorney General's certified ballot title for Initiative Petition No. 51 (2010) does not comply substantially with ORS 250.035(2) to (7) is not well taken. The court certifies to the Secretary of State the Attorney General's certified ballot title for the proposed ballot measure.

Day et al v. Kroger (S057884). Petitioner's argument that the Attorney General's certified ballot title for Initiative Petition No. 58 2010) does not comply substantially with ORS 250.035(2) to (7) is not well taken. The court certifies to the Secretary of State the Attorney General's certified ballot title for the proposed ballot measure.


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