LOCAL SALES AND USE TAXES--REVENUE SHARING LEGISLATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. This measure would authorize local governments to voluntarily enter into sales tax revenue sharing agreements by a two-thirds vote of the local city council or board of supervisors of each participating jurisdiction. Summary of Legislative Analyst's Estimate of Net State and Local Government Fiscal Impact: No net change in total sales tax revenues going to cities and counties. Potential shift of sales tax revenues among cities and counties.
Legislative Vote Results
Final Votes Cast by the Legislature on ACA 10 (Proposition 11) Assembly - Ayes, 64; Noes, 4 -- Senate - Ayes, 30; Noes, 2
Popular Vote Results
Y: 3896675; A: 53.4; N: 3408640; B: 46.6
Legislative Constitutional Amendment
GEORGE C. RUNNER, JR., Assemblymember, 36th District; TOM TORLAKSON, Assemblymember, 11th District; REX S. HIME, President, California Business Properties Association
MELVIN L. EMERICH, Attorney at Law
Rebuttal Against Author
GEORGE C. RUNNER, JR., Assemblyman, 36th District; TOM TORLAKSON, Assemblyman, 11th District; REX S. HIME, President, California Business Properties Association
Local Sales and Use Taxes--Revenue Sharing California Proposition 11 (1998).