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- Nalini Lasiewicz YES. Prop 13 has provided enormous tax relief to commercial property owners. Anyone who did not buy in the 1970s-1990s are stuck picking up the... – California’s Prop 13 is broken
- rick The political crooks are always trying to corrupt prop 13. Everyone should join the Howard Jarvis website to support prop 13. Before prop 13 whenever... – California’s Prop 13 is broken
- rick I agree with you. The political crooks are always trying to corrupt prop 13. Before prop 13 whenever the government needed money, which is always,... – California’s Prop 13 is broken
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- Jim Morse Proper 13 is a very , very GOOD thing. The more money in the hands of anyone, and this includes Sacramento, the more ways one... – California’s Prop 13 is broken
- Frank Whenever new agents ask about materials for their exam, I would always refer first tuesday without even thinking about it. No more. – California’s Prop 13 is broken
- Jack The author is typical of the liberal entitled generation who feels that Californians can continue living off the government by increasing taxes instead of de-funding... – California’s Prop 13 is broken
- John Pursell Ian, You have good intentions, but fail to understand that commercial and industrial property does not move in the same manner as residential property. An... – California’s Prop 13 is broken
- John Pursell Yes, we have a Snowflake vs a Despicable . You haven't made any money until you sell the property-----------so the taxed go up when that... – California’s Prop 13 is broken
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