Meeting minutes, correspondence, donor lists, clippings, volunteer forms, flyers, pamphlets, personal statements, financial
documents, notes, telephone script, member lists, and other material documenting activity of No on 96 and 102 campaigns, 1988-1989.
Propositions 96 and 102 were California initiatives in the November 1988 election ballot that each dealt with the issue of
the confidentiality of AIDS/HIV tests.
Propositions 96 and 102 were California ballot initiatives in the November 1988 election that each (96 with regard to law
enforcement, 102 to health authorities) "attempted to override the advice of the medical community and weaken state laws assuring
the confidentiality of acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) tests" (Mark A. Stein,
Los Angeles Times, November 6, 1988). Proposition 102 was rejected by voters, but Proposition 96 was passed.