Fourteen years later, Californians are once again given the choice of reducing public sector unions' control over state politics. Like Prop 226, which public sector unions and their allies outspent opponents by over 18 million dollars; Prop 32 is receiving enormous public union financial backing. According to an article in today's City Watch, public sector unions will be spending an "estimated $50 million" on an "advertising blitz" to defeat the "Stop Special Interest Money Now" initiative. The City Watch article further notes that voters "can send a strong message to the occupiers [i.e. public sector unions] of City Hall" that the voters "do not support business as usual." Approving Prop 32 will help make City Hall more "responsive to the structural deficit...the failing streets and infrastructure...$10 billion unfunded pension liability, and the impending insolvency" felt by many California cities from maintaining the status-quo. Recent reforms in Wisconsin and Rhode Island should make Californian voters more aware. Hopefully this awareness will help voters end the tyranny Governor Wilson started fighting 14 years ago.