What Would Proposition 36 Mean for California?
A CBP Budget Brief looks at Proposition 36, which would amend the state’s “Three Strikes” law to require shorter sentences for many offenders receiving a third strike for a nonviolent, nonserious felony.
What Would Proposition 39 Mean for California?
A CBP Budget Brief looks at Proposition 39, which would end the state’s policy of allowing multistate firms to minimize their corporate income taxes by choosing between two methods for calculating their taxable income.
How Do Propositions 30 and 38 Compare?
A CBP analysis provides a side-by-side comparison of Proposition 30 and Proposition 38, two key revenue measures that will appear on the November 6 statewide ballot.
What Would Proposition 31 Mean for California?
A CBP Budget Brief examines Proposition 31, which would amend both the state Constitution and state law to make significant changes affecting government at the state and local levels.
What Would Proposition 30 Mean for California?
This CBP Budget Brief looks at Proposition 30, which would temporarily increase personal income tax rates for very-high-income Californians and raise the sales tax rate, providing increased funding for public schools and helping to close the state's budget gap.
What Would Proposition 38 Mean for California?
A CBP Budget Brief looks at Proposition 38, which would temporarily increase personal income tax rates for nearly all California taxpayers and allocate most of the revenues to K-12 and early childhood education.