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What is Proposition 13?

Prior to Proposition 13, local agencies independently established their tax rates and the total property tax rate was the composite of the individual rates, with few limitations. www. californiatax data. com Background On June 6 th, 1978, nearly two-thirds of California's voters passed ...

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What is a Value Proposition and Why Do You Need One? By Christine Janssen, denken Research & Consulting As

Proposition 26 Implementation Guide v 1

The League of California Cities gratefully acknowledges the contributions of the Proposition 26 Implementation Guide Committee for their hard work and dedication in drafting this Guide:

What is Proposition 218?

Proposition 218 gave taxpayers the right to vote on all local taxes, and requires taxpayer approval of property related assessments and fees. www. californiatax data. com Background In November 1996, California voters passed Proposition 218, the "Right to Vote on Taxes Act".

ARIZONA'S PROPOSITION 200

To embrace and uphold our tradition as a nation of immigrants ARIZONA'S PROPOSITION 200 Proposition 200 passed in Arizona on November 2 nd when 56% of voters voted in favor of it.

Proposition 13 and State Budget Limitations

Proposition 13 and State Budget Limitations Past Successes and Future Options by Michael J. New Michael J. New is a postdoctoral fellow at the Harvard-MIT Data Center and an adjunct scholar at the Cato Institute.

Ballot Proposition Spending FY 2011

(Continued) JLBC Joint Legislative Budget Committee Staff Memorandum 1716 West Adams Telephone: (602) 926-5491 Phoenix, Arizona 85007 Facsimile: (602) 926-5416 DATE: October 14, 2010 TO: Richard Stavneak, Director FROM : Aaron Galeener, Fiscal Analyst SUBJECT: BALLOT PROPOSITION SPENDING In 1998 ...

MEANING, PROPOSITION, AND SPEECH ACTS1

or false but sincere or insincere such as a question, warning, order, exclamation, promise, and the like. The latter utterance is called performative because when we utter a question or a promise, e.g., we do not simply utter a string of words with a more or less definite sense and reference, we ...

UNDERSTANDING PROPOSITION 26

page 5 Policy Paper UNDERSTANDING PROPOSITION 26 Introduction T hroughout much of the 1990s and the 2000s, the California State Legislature and local governments labeled taxes as "fees" in order to avoid vote requirements for tax increases.

CITY OF SAN DIEGO Proposition D

CITY OF SAN DIEGO Proposition D (This proposition will appear on the ballot in the following form.) AMENDS THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF SAN DIEGO BY ADDING SECTION 216.1, ACCESS TO PROP D GOVERNMENT INFORMATION.