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California Legislative Analyst’s Office:Common Claims About Proposition 13

California Legislative Analyst’s Office, Common Claims About Proposition 13: Table of Contents Introduction Background Are Similar Property Owners Taxed Differently Under Proposition 13? Do Proposition 13’s Benefits for Property Owners Vary With Income? Does Proposition 13 Reduce Property Turnover? Did Proposition 13 Cause Residential Properties to Pay a Larger Share...
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