NEWS: City attorney’s memo will make it easier for SF voters to raise taxes

The California Supreme Court has ruled that ballot initiatives proposed by citizens that seek to raise taxes must now only receive a simple majority instead of two-thirds to pass and become law. However, HJTA’s own Jon Coupal, is quoted in the San Francisco Chronicle as saying “You use the supermajority to ensure greater consensus on really, really important matters… At the very core of it, this opens the door to additional taxation.”

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