Raley’s supermarket in West Sacramento attracts a good-sized crowd.

The 58,000-square-foot store registers more than 105,000 business transactions a month. So it has become a natural gathering spot for groups seeking signatures to qualify initiatives for the state ballot. “There is no downtown business section, so it is essentially the place people come to,” says Mark Merin, a Sacramento civil rights lawyer. “It serves the function of the traditional marketplace,” as well as the marketplace of ideas.

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