Prop. 15’s $12.5 billion tax increase will only make California’s runaway cost of living worse.
California’s farmers and ranchers work every day to provide safe, healthy and affordable food to our families.
Prop 15 will remove Prop 13’s property tax protections for California’s farmers and ranchers, driving up the cost of living for consumers.
Prop 15 will Make Everything We Buy More Expensive
California’s families face cost of living that is among the highest in the nation. This includes our cost of groceries, which ranks third in the U.S. behind only Alaska and Hawaii.
Prop. 15 will make our groceries – including milk, eggs and meat – even more expensive, with a $12.5 billion tax hike impacting our food producers, food processors, food distributors and even our grocery stores. California’s families cannot afford more taxes on our food.
Vote No on Prop. 15.
Stop the $12.5 Billion-A-Year Property Tax Hike
Prop. 15 will remove California’s longstanding property tax protections (Prop. 13, 1978) removing certainty and allowing tax assessors to increase property taxes family farms, including fruit trees, nut trees, food processors, dairies, milk processors, and grocery stores.
Examples Of What Would Be Taxed More Under Prop 15
CHEESE • ALMONDS • PISTACHIOS • RICE