Prop 30 passed. What does that mean for California?

On Tuesday, the passage of Proposition 30 helped California dodge more than $8 billion worth of education and other public service cuts.

The proposition appeared at first to be failing on election night. But as midnight approached, the balance shifted, and the “yes” votes began to pull ahead.

Here’s a reminder of Prop 30’s highlights—the background, the arguments and how the measure will affect California’s path.



One Comment

  1. Allan

    Do you know why your statement on percentage increase in taxes is much higher than is correct? If not, check into it!

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