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Prop. 13's fatal flaw: It limits rates and assessed value, not what people actually pay


To the editor: David Dayen makes the same mistake that was made when Proposition 13 was enacted: He confuses tax rates with taxes paid. (“The GOP tax plan could be the death of Prop. 13,” Opinion, Nov. 9)

Dayen writes that California’s property tax rates are “one of the country’s lowest” and suggests…



Source: LA Times

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