Are you confused?
Measure C opponents (primarily corporate wine interests) hope so. When we’re confused or fearful about a ballot measure, we tend to vote “no.” That’s understandable.
If you’re on the fence, think about what physicians swear to in the Hippocratic oath, “First, do no harm.” The only harm a “Yes” vote may do is to limit the financial gain of some grape growers who will not be allowed to extend their vineyards into the hillsides by cutting significant numbers of oak trees in the watershed. That’s it.
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Vote your conscience for a measure that has no other downside.