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An initiative statement shall be phrased in language so that a “yes” vote will clearly be a vote in favor of the action or condition that would result from the approval of the measure, and a “no” vote will clearly be a vote in opposition to such action or condition. The statement may be distinct from the petitioner’s title of the measure, and shall express and give a true and impartial statement of the purpose of the measure. It shall not be intentionally an argument, nor likely to create prejudice, either for or against the measure. (Ord. 2230 § 7, 1975.)