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What Would Proposition 39 Mean for California?

A CBP Budget Brief looks at Proposition 39, which would end the state’s policy of allowing multistate firms to minimize their corporate income taxes by choosing between two methods for calculating their taxable income.

What Would Proposition 30 Mean for California?

This CBP Budget Brief looks at Proposition 30, which would temporarily increase personal income tax rates for very-high-income Californians and raise the sales tax rate, providing increased funding for public schools and helping to close the state's budget gap.


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Why Prop 26 Is the Polluters Protection Act of 2010

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