Well, He Said He'd Be Back

Arnold Schwarzenegger, who had considered but rejected a run for California Governor last spring, is about to edge back into the statewide political arena. Between publicity junkets for his new action film, Collateral Damage, the star, 54, is launching a California ballot initiative to put aside $550 million in state funds for after-school programs. So far, he has spent $1 million of his own money to push the measure, which would offer grants to every state elementary and middle school. Signature gathering begins this week. Next month the actor will barnstorm across the state for the initiative. Could this be Arnie's...

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