California Diminished by 1978 Tax Revolt Shows U.S. in DeclineChristopher Palmeri
California voters approved Proposition 13 to rein in property taxes that had doubled in 10 years. More than three decades later, that rebellion has mortgaged the state’s future, saddling it with the nation’s highest debt and lowest credit rating.
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