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California Supreme Court Strips Taxpayer Protection Act Off The Ballot

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California Supreme Court Strips Taxpayer Protection Act Off The Ballot

The California Supreme Court has ruled to remove the Taxpayer Protection Act from the upcoming November ballot. This ruling, delivered on Thursday, aligns with the arguments presented by Governor Gavin Newsom and the state legislature, who advocated for the initiative's exclusion from the ballot.

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The Taxpayer Protection Act, also known as the Taxpayer Protection and Government Accountability Act (TPA), aimed to make it more challenging for state and local governments to implement new taxes. Specifically, the measure proposed that any future taxes and fees imposed by these governments would. . .

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