Geoff Geis


The Defeat of Measure E

The defeat of Measure E by Los Angeles voters is yet another example of how the passage of Proposition 13, in 1978, continues to doom our state’s future. Despite being on the ballot in a low-turnout, conservative-skewed election, “yes” on Measure E received a majority of votes but was defeated because Prop 13 requires any new tax measure to receive a 2/3 vote.

The consequence? Property owners will save a paltry $400 over the next four years, while school children will continue to suffer in over-crowded classrooms helmed by over-stressed and under-equipped teachers. For the sake of our continued existence, we must repeal Prop 13. Even better, we should remove the entire Propositional system itself from our system of governance.

Congratulations to those who voted against Prop 16, though. Thank goodness that didn’t pass.


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