When California voters passed Proposition 64 three years ago, many were responding to proponents’ arguments that the controversial measure would stop shakedown suits against small businesses.

But Pamela Pressley, litigation director for the Santa Monica, Ca.-based Foundation for Taxpayer and Consumer Rights, insists voters were deceived by major corporations that are now trying to pervert the initiative for their own interests.

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