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STATE AND LOCAL APPROPRIATIONS LIMIT ADJUSTMENT: CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. Constitution limits tax revenues state and local governments annually appropriate for expenditure, but allows adjustments for changes in "cost of living" and "population." Currently, "cost of living" defined as lesser of change in US Consumer Price Index or California per capita personal income. Measure redefines standard as the greater of change in California Consumer Price Index or California per capita personal income. "State population" redefined: includes increases in K-12 or community college average daily attendance greater than state population growth. Local government "population" redefined: includes increases in both residents and persons employed. Summary of estimate by Legislative Analyst and Director of Finance of fiscal impact on state and local governments: The state's appropriations limit is estimated to increase by approximately $800 million in 1988-89 and by increasing amounts thereafter. Indeterminable effect on the appropriations limits of other public entities. Cost of Commission on State Finance report required by this measure would probably be less than $500,000 annually.
Carol J. Federighi President League Of Women Voters Of California, 4 Quail Run, Lafayette, California 94549; June D. Spink President California State Pta, 13601 Wingo Street, Arleta, California 91331; Edmond Anthony Foglia President California Teachers Association, 5978 Dry Town Place, San Jose, California 95120; Larry Malmberg President Peace Officers Research Association Of California, 12168 S. Mt. Vernon #33, Grand Terrace, California 92524
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State And Local Appropriations Limit Adjustment California Initiative 405 (1987).