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Campaign `78 / California Primary / Property Tax Vote #499548

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jun 05, 1978
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(Studio) Upcoming California vote on limiting property taxes noted.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(Los Angeles, California) Details given of 2 tax reform proposals on California ballot to be up for vote on Tuesday; original plan is called Proposition 13, alternate plan is Proposition 8. Tax cuts that homeowners and business would rec. under Prop. 13 noted, using one particular home and Pacific Telephone Company as exs. Expected passage of Prop. 13 and reasons outlined. Predictions from Prop. 13 opponents of consequences of its passage listed. Response of measure's co-author reported [Howard JARVIS - thinks passage of Prop. 13 will mean business boom for state; notes frustration about this in one way because it will mean state collects more taxes than ever.] Details given of UCLA bus. forecasting project report with regard to consequences of Prop. 13's passage.
REPORTER: Don Harris

(Studio) Potential for California tax vote to be opening similar drive across cntry. outlined. Is noted that California primary also incls. vote on candidates; upcoming Segment 3 report on troubles being had by Governor Jerry Brown mentioned.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

Brinkley, David;
Harris, Don

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