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When it comes to our local land-development laws, Proposition J gives Austin voters something they've never had before: a choice. Proposition J calls for the adoption of an ordinance requiring both a waiting and a voter approval period before future comprehensive revisions of the City's land development code become effective. Passing Proposition J will ensure that comprehensive rewrites of Austin's land-development laws reflect the values of our community, not those of special interests or the City of Austin's staff. It gives everyday Austinites a voice at the table. 

Get more information here: Let Us Vote Austin.

Read the Statesman Op-Ed supporting Prop J 

Read KXAN story on The "No on J" Political Action Committee  being reviewed by Austin's ethics commission following a complaint filed Friday morning.

The "No on J" PAC is being accused of purposefully hiding their largest contribution in time for early voting.The complaint filed by Austin attorney Fred L Lewis, says the politically controversial $10,000 donation, which makes about half of the PAC's funds, came from the group, Real Estate Council of Austin (RECA).