Proposition 30 Explained

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Proposition 30 would increase income taxes on Californians earning more than $250,000 if passed by voters on November 6.

It would also increase sales taxes for all Californians by ¼ cent.  The money would go to K-12 schools and community colleges.

Below are links to the supporters and opponents of Prop. 30 to learn more.

Yes on Proposition 30: www.yesonprop30.com

No on Proposition 30: www.stopprop30.com

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