Last week, the referendum issue on the "Comp Lite" omnibus zoning bill was likely knocked off November's election ballot by a court decision that county election board members declined to challenge. The state's second-highest court found that petitions signed by more than 7,000 people provided too little information about the zoning bill for people to be fully informed about what they were signing. What do you think about this ruling, the election board's decision not to challenge it, and what voters should do now?
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