Close California's Massive Corporate Tax Loophole
The California Schools and Local Communities Funding Act of 2018 will restore over $11 billion per year to California’s schools, community colleges, health clinics, and other vital local services.
We can no longer afford to keep giving billions of dollars in tax breaks to millionaires, billionaires, and big corporations. The California Schools and Local Communities Funding Act of 2018 will restore over $11 billion per year for schools, community colleges, and other vital community services, including emergency responder services, parks, libraries, health clinics, trauma centers, affordable housing, homeless services, and roads by closing California’s commercial property tax loophole.
The ACLU SoCal has long supported reforming the commercial property tax side of Prop. 13 as part of our fight for economic security and opportunity. That’s why we’re continuing to partner with groups like the League of Women Voters of California, PICO California, California Calls, Advancement Project California, Evolve California, Common Sense Kids Action, Alliance San Diego, the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of California (CHIRLA), and the California Federation of Teachers to fund California schools and local services by closing the Corporate Property Tax Loophole in Proposition 13 while continuing to guarantee protections for homeowners, residential renters, agricultural land, and small businesses.
Join us as we take this critical fight to the ballot this November. Help us continue building the momentum and find out how you can get involved below:
GET INVOLVED: TELL US HOW YOU CAN HELP!
- Volunteer to gather signatures to qualify for the November 2018 ballot
- For more information and direct inquiries about this campaign, call or email Clarissa at email@example.com or 213-977-9500, ext. 241
LEARN THE FACTS
Learn more about the issue and find some handy talking points to use when talking with family members, neighbors and friends.
Check out the full California School & Local Communities campaign website at https://schoolsandcommunitiesfirst.org/
Read more about our statewide effort in recent press coverage at https://schoolsandcommunitiesfirst.org/press/