Eric has a great
post article in the Oregonian on 933. I like this point the best:
I-933 would short-circuit community. Despite deceptive language to the contrary, I-933 jeopardizes common-sense laws that are decades old. For example, in order to qualify for flood insurance, communities often must prohibit development in flood plains. But under I-933, communities that need insurance may be forced to pay property owners not to build in known flood zones.
Also, if you want to learn how to be an advocate for the good side No on 933 is holding a “Speakers Training and Day of Action” in several places around the state.