Winners & Losers

Burnham, James
July 1978
National Review;7/21/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 29, p886
The article identifies the gainers and losers in California Proposition 13, which reduced real property tax effective July 1, 1978. The winners include the hotels, motels and bars of Sacramento; the owners of private summer camps; and the owners of industrial and commercial property. The losers include most categories of government employees; renters; and persons receiving welfare payments.


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