TOP-ED Tax Measures

Voters will be asked to vote on two education initiatives this coming November, Proposition 30 (also known as the Brown initiative); and Proposition 38 (also known as the Munger initiative). Both of these initiatives would provide additional funding for education, but they would approach the increase in revenue in different ways. Click the link below to access an independent analysis by Mary Perry that presents an unbiased examination of the two ballot measures. Mary is formerly of EdSource and the author of several publications on education.

Tax Analysis

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