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We’re counting on you to protect Proposition 13 with your vote. Have you voted yet?

We’re counting on you to protect Proposition 13 with your vote. Have you voted yet?

This is a critical election for the protection of Proposition 13. Your vote is urgently important! If you have already voted, thank you! If not, there’s still time to use your vote-by-mail ballot, and of course you can go to the polls and vote in person. Vote-by-mail ballots may be returned to your county election […]

POLITICS | Proposition 15 Is A Small Business Issue!

POLITICS | Proposition 15 Is A Small Business Issue!

Podcast sets the record straight, discusses other manifest problems with the initiative SACRAMENTO, Calif., Sept. 30, 2020—Should it pass in November, Proposition 15 would be the largest tax increase in California history, but would it work as advertised? Most definitely not, argue two public policy veterans in the second in a series of NFIB podcasts […]

Hundreds Attend “No On 16” Car Rally in Irvine | Split Property Tax Roles – The Death of Prop 13

Hundreds Attend “No On 16” Car Rally in Irvine | Split Property Tax Roles – The Death of Prop 13

Tuesday, August 25, 2020 – IRVINE – In Irvine, Asian Industry B2B (AIB2B) and Californians For Equal Rights (CFER), the official 2020 NO on Prop 16 group, threw a rally that drew in hundreds of attendees and over 300 cars. Vehicles gathered in unity to denounce affirmative action, which will be on the November ballot. Prop 16 seeks to modify the […]

Changing Prop 13 | How This Can Hurt You!

Changing Prop 13 |  How This Can Hurt You!

Share Tweet Forward “ Some taxpayers close their eyes, some stop their ears, some shut their mouth, but all pay through the nose.” —F.J. Raymond The pandemic has impacted everyone and everything.  Businesses large and small struggle, and while it has probably not come to your attention, this November, a proposed ballot measure aims to increase […]

URGENT | Here’s how to watch the important Prop. 13 hearing in the state Assembly on Thursday

URGENT | Here’s how to watch the important Prop. 13 hearing in the state Assembly on Thursday

The special interest groups that seek to dismantle Proposition 13 have qualified the “split roll” initiative for the November ballot. This is the proposal that strips Prop. 13’s protection away from business properties.  The Legislature is calling it, “Initiative Constitutional Amendment to Increase Funding for Public Schools, Community Colleges, and Local Government Services by Changing […]

Ventura County Taxpayers Association – Rescheduled: Prop. 13 Tax Protections in Danger!

Ventura County Taxpayers Association – Rescheduled: Prop. 13 Tax Protections in Danger!

  Investigate, Advocate, and Inform Citizens on Critical Issues Facing Ventura County Click here to get your ticket Thank you to our sponsors: F M S Holdings Robert Sulzinger About the speaker: Jon Coupal is the President of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association (HJTA). HJTA, with offices in both Los Angeles and Sacramento, is the […]

Post-Prop. 13: Why a likely winner may end up California election’s big loser

Post-Prop. 13: Why a likely winner may end up California election’s big loser

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views The people have spoken.  Government education in California is a failure.  Part of Prop. 13 money was going to be used for colleges and universities.  Yet, the UC system allowed terrorists to close down the UC Santa Cruz campus this week.  Send your 8 year old […]

POLITICS | Die Another Day: Bonds like Prop 13 are a burden for tomorrow

POLITICS | Die Another Day: Bonds like Prop 13 are a burden for tomorrow

By Chris Reed The conventional wisdom about Proposition 13 — the only ballot measure before California voters in the March 3 election — is that the $15 billion construction bond benefiting public schools, state universities and community colleges is of relatively little importance to the average voter. While there are concerns that local districts will have […]

Prop. 13 school bond isn’t really for the kids

Prop. 13 school bond isn’t really for the kids

    By Jon Coupal In the arguments and advertising in support of Proposition 13 on the March 3 ballot, the proponents are trying to convince the voters it is all “for the kids.” As with previous education ballot measures in California, a parade of disasters is predicted unless the proposal in question is approved. […]

Opposing Prop 13 this time Around

Opposing Prop 13 this time Around

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views “A people that wants to remain ignorant and free … wants what never has been and never will be” ~ Thomas Jefferson.” The Big Story Here are the facts on Proposition 13: Republican Party of Orange County is strongly opposed to new school bonds as they […]

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