Measure B will appear on the March 3 ballot in Los Angeles. While solar power, which the measure seeks to develop, generally has few opponents, this measure has garnered critics from the left and right. Michael Cohen at CityWatch has concerns about the way Proposition B was put on the ballot. Ron Kaye at Ron Kaye L.A. writes:
There's a better way to achieve clean energy for L.A. than the dirty deal of Measure B, and even those who voted to put it on the March 3 ballot are figuring that out. Councilman Greig Smith, who helped make the vote Nov. 7 unanimous to put this on the ballot, has concluded Measure B is the wrong way to get clean energy.
Repub Club 54 also weighs in against the proposition. Over at Street-Hassle the consensus is also against Prop B. There's also a No on Proposition B Web page. Noel Weiss, a candidate for city attorney, has also declared his opposition to the ballot measure, calling it "thoughtless and bad public policy."