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Vote No on Proposition 39: Multistate Business Taxes

This is the tenth part of a series of posts analyzing California’s propositions: Vote Yes on Proposition 30 – Jerry Brown’s Budget Plan Vote No on Proposition 31 – Changes to State Budgeting Vote No on Proposition 32 – Union-busting … Continue reading

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The Madness of Proposition 26

In November 2010, the California electorate approved Proposition 26, a little-known and little-followed proposal, in a close vote. Proposition 26 was one of those propositions written to be intentionally confusing and difficult to understand. It requires a two-thirds majority to … Continue reading

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Vote No on Proposition 26: Supermajority to Pass Fees

This is the sixth part of a series of posts giving recommendations on California’s propositions. This post recommends a “no” vote on Proposition 26, which requires a two-thirds majority in the legislature to pass some fees. Proposition 27 will be … Continue reading

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Vote No on Proposition 24: Repeal of Corporate Tax Breaks

This is the fourth part of a series of posts giving recommendations on California’s propositions. This post recommends a “no” vote on Proposition 24, which repeals three corporate tax breaks. Proposition 25 will be the subject of the next post … Continue reading

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