Enough is Enough – CA Proposition 1A


Proposition 1A – The Cold, Hard Facts: A much higher tax burden will be placed on every Californian if you vote “yes.” 

On May 19th 2009, Californians are being asked to vote on propositions 1A – 1 F. Knowing that voters won’t support massive tax increases, the proponents of Proposition 1A are calling it “budget stabilization” and “budget reform.” But, Proposition 1A is NOT a true spending limit. In fact, the measure actually allows the spending “limit” to be adjusted anytime the Legislature increases taxes!

Did you know that passage of Proposition 1A would mean:

HIGHER SALES TAX! Proposition 1A would extend the sales tax hike for an additional full year. California taxpayers already pay the highest sales tax in the nation. This tax increase hits every Californian – senior and the young, the rich and the poor and most of all, the middle class…and yes, even our children.  A tax increase on children!!

HIGHER CAR TAX! Proposition 1A would extend the DOUBLING of the car tax. This affects every California car owner.

HIGHER STATE INCOME TAX! Proposition 1A will extend an income tax increase for two extra years. Californians already pay the highest income tax rates in the nation. Under Proposition 1A, you would pay even more.

REDUCTION OF TAX CREDIT FOR DEPENDENTS! Californians with children will see a reduction in the tax credits for dependents, costing them $200 per child. Proposition 1A would extend this attack on families for an extra two years.  A tax increase on children’s parents!

There are several propositions on the ballot. Don’t be fooled by the wording of the proposition summaries. Read carefully and…


Prop 1A – VOTE NO          Prop 1B – VOTE NO          Prop 1C – VOTE NO

Prop 1D – VOTE NO          Prop 1E – VOTE NO          Prop 1F – VOTE NO




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