Nov. 8: Media sources report that Prop 26 has been rejected, by 55% majority. MSNBC story.
Update: Nov. 12
There is an important story in the New Yorker Nov. 14 by Jill Lepore under "American Chronicles", titled "Birthright: What's next for Planned Parenthood?" link here (subcription). She discusses a number of matters, like the Pence Amendment, and gives some pre-Griswold (1962) history of the politics even of contraception, as with the Byrne and Sanger case in New York in 1917 when a court found that "no woman had 'the right to copulate with the feeling of security that there will be no resulting conception.' In other words, if a woman wasn't willing to die in childbirth, she shouldn't have sex" (p. 49, print, Nov., 14). That sort of mentality, and the risk that women used to take a century ago, helps explain the former obsession with gender complementarity.