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Proposition 13

On June 6th, 1978 nearly two-thirds of California’s voters passed Propsition 13, reducing property taxes by about 57%.

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Proposition 218

Proposition 218 came to the rescue of Proposition 13. Proposition 13 was a law designed chiefly to protect property taxpayers.

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Proposition 7

Proposition 7 in 1982 was intended to prohibit government from profiting from inflation at the expense of the taxpayer.

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Proposition 8

Proposition 8 was approved by voters in November 1978, five months after they overwhelmingly passed Proposition 13.

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Proposition 62

Proposition 62 closed some loopholes put in Proposition 13 by the California Supreme Court in the case of San Francisco v. Farrell.

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Props. 58 & 193

Propositions 58 and 193 allow the transfer of certain property between parents and children or between grandparents and grandchildren without reassessment.

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Props. 60 & 90

Propositions 60 and 90 allow seniors to transfer the base year value of their home when they sell it and buy another.

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Know the Opposition

Opposition to Proposition 13 and to taxpayers’ interests in general comes primarily from three sources.

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