Bill Whalen in the Daily Standard reports on a second court decision that represents a potential blow to Gray Davis and Cruz Bustamante. A Sacramento superior court has blocked Bustamante from using millions in donations from California’s gambling tribes to finance television ads against Proposition 54, which would ban the state from collecting racial data. Says Whelan, “If the ruling stands, it’s a serious blow to both the No on [Proposition]54 effort and the star of those ads, Cruz Bustamante. And it could adversely affect Gray Davis. The lower the turnout against Prop. 54, presumably the fewer the votes there’ll be against the recall.”