The 2020 elections saw a mixed bag of results in the propositions that were on the ballot in California. While some progressive propositions passed, such as Proposition 17, which restored the right to vote to former felons, others such as Proposition 18, which granted the right to vote to 17-year-olds if they turned 18 before the general election, did not. In addition,
The world is in the midst of a pandemic and it’s time to plan for the aftermath with updated property taxes.
The state faces the biggest potential change to property taxes in over 40 years if Prop 15 passes. Property tax works like this: A property’s value reflects its property tax. If a property’s value is $300,000 and its tax rate is 1%, its property tax is $3,000.