Subject: Re: Simplex: Propositions
From: Mueller <>
Date: Sunday, September 13, 1998 00:31:21

At 12:22 AM 9/13/98 -0700, you wrote:
>>At 08:52 PM 9/12/98 -0700, you wrote:
>>>>>>I can't find the propositons on any webpage. The appropriate link on
>>>>>>office's page leads to the law books.
>>>>>>Note that this is not sent to anyone else.
>>>>>Propositions are posted as such in the law book page. They are clearly
>>>>>marked as so. (If you have a Style Sheet compatible browser, they are
>>>>>written all in red, where as laws are black in white boxes, and invalid
>>>>>laws, are in white on black.) If you don't have s Style Sheet compatible
>>>>>browser, then look at the color of the square next to the prop number.
>>>>>it is red it is a prop, if it is white, it is a law, and if it is black,
>>>>>it is a failed proposal/Invalid law.
>>>>but what is the address?
>>>>that is inaccessable from everywhere.
>I double and triple checked, it is indeed correct. Have you hit reload?
>Just to make sure. It is definately a problem on your end.

is this correct in the sense that it outlines the current propositions
(which is what I'm looking for and cannot find) or in the sense that is has
what its supposed to.

book1.html as I access it is a law book with the single Jeff dictatoring
case on it.

i want to see the text of proposition 1003 and do not know its address.