Proposition 39

Yes on Proposition 39

August 30, 2012

This proposition permanently ends a tax loophole for big business. It dedicates a little over half the revenue for the first five years to fund energy efficiency and clean energy projects. While we oppose ballot-box budgeting, and advocate publicly owned energy projects under worker control instead of “public-private partnerships,” we support this as the only progressive tax measure on the ballot. Vote Yes.

For the official summary and analysis of Proposition 39, as published by the Secretary of State, click here.


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Endorsements

President/Vice President:
Roseanne Barr
Cindy Sheehan

State Senate 9th District
Mary McIlroy
State Senate 33rd District
Lee Chauser
State Assembly 15th District
Eugene Ruyle
Proposition 30
Neutral on 30
Proposition 31
No on 31
Proposition 32
No on 32
Proposition 33
No on 33
Proposition 34
Yes on 34
Proposition 35
No on 35
Proposition 36
Yes on 36
Proposition 37
Yes on 37
Proposition 38
No on 38
Proposition 39
Yes on 39
Proposition 40
Neutral on 40

Local endorsements are listed here.

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