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Why California homeowners should be grateful for Prop. 13

To the editor: Michael Hiltzik’s column about the problems with Proposition 13 raises valid points, but it never mentions why it was passed in the first place. (“Four decades later, California experts find that Proposition 13 is a boon to the rich,” column, Sept. 30) Before 1978, basing the amount...
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