Paying the Piper
Ballot measure would require more voter OKs on fees and assessments.
Thursday, August 22, 1996
A state proposition that taxpayer groups say will put a stop to cities and counties trying to get around Proposition 13 could end up punching a $100 million-a-year hole in revenues to local governments around the state.
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