Today’s column – available here – notes that Californians don’t lack for opinions about Proposition 13. Some think it saved them from being driven from their homes by high property taxes. Others think it eroded public services and undercut local government, transferring power to state politicians more adept at fundraising than solving problems.
Thirty years later, what do you think California should do about Proposition 13? Honor it? Abolish it? Change it?
And do you think there is any likelihood of change in the foreseeable future?