The Californians for Consumer Privacy group is seeking a court order to get the proposed California Privacy Rights Act on the November ballot, MediaPost reports. The group submitted petitions for the CPRA to counties' registrar of voters' offices. The counties will have to determine the validity of the 930,000 signatures submitted before it goes on the ballot. The group wants California Secretary of State Alex Padilla to order county officials to complete the process by June 25, which is the deadline for the November ballot. Editor's note: DLA Piper's Jim Halpert and Maya McKenzie wrote about the CPRA signature verification process in this piece for Privacy Tracker.
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