The Special Interests Behind California’s Proposition 15

This November, Californians will go to the polls to vote on Proposition 15, a new tax on commercial real estate that promises to further degrade the state’s already poor business environment. Opponents of the tax have banded together to sound the alarm over how it will harm the state’s economy. But they are struggling against a better-funded coalition of interest groups—led by labor unions and big philanthropy—who are trying to sway a simple majority of Californians to vote for the largest property tax hike in the state’s history.

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