Carney Proposition 13

Preview:  Proposition 13 (Carney 14th ed. on top of page / Carney 13th ed. on bottom of page)

 

H/14. Explain the purpose, justification for and effects of Proposition 13.  (Carney, p. 42 top)

 

     H1.  Which three kinds of governments depended on property tax? (p. 42 center)

     H2.  Before Proposition 13, inflation caused tax assessments of real estate values--and therefore,

             taxes--to increase, remain the same, or decrease? (p. 42 center)
     H3.  Before Proposition 13 massive increases in real estate values caused huge __________ in

             property taxes. (p. 42 center)

     H4.  Do owners of homes or do owners of commercial property receive most tax relief

             under Proposition 13? (p. 42 end)

     H5.  Do owners of homes or do owners of income property receive most tax relief

             under Proposition 13? (p. 42 end)

 

J/14. Explain the effects of Proposition 13, which part of government has the power to

         change Proposition 13, and if it is likely to change (Carney, p. 41 end – 44 top)

 

     J1.  Do most homeowners support or oppose changing Proposition 13? (p. 42 end)

     J2.  Has the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Proposition 13? (p. 43 top)

     J3.  Did the U.S. Supreme Court uphold or overturn Proposition 13? (p. 43 top)

     J4.  Does the legislature of California have the power to change Proposition 13? (p. 43 top)

     J5.  Is the legislature of California likely to eliminate or change Proposition 13? (p. 43 top)

     J6.  Has the ability of local governments to raise funds for health and human services been

            reduced or increased since Proposition 13 became effective? (p. 44 center)

     J7.  _____ California governments spend funds on education, health and welfare. (p. 44 center)

     J8.  Before Proposition 13, _________ taxes raised funds for education, health and welfare

            (p. 44 center)

     J9.  Proposition 13 limited local __________ (p. 44 center)
 
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H/13. Explain the purpose, justification for and effects of Proposition 13.  (Carney, p. 41 top-center)

 

     H1.  Which three kinds of governments depended on property tax? (p. 41 top)

     H2.  Before Proposition 13, inflation caused tax assessments of real estate values--and therefore,

             taxes--to increase, remain the same, or decrease? (p. 41 top)

     H3.  Before Proposition 13 massive increases in real estate values caused huge __________ in

             property taxes. (p. 41 top)

     H4.  Do owners of homes or do owners of commercial property receive most tax relief

             under Proposition 13? (p. 41 center)

     H5.  Do owners of homes or do owners of income property receive most tax relief

             under Proposition 13? (p. 41 center)

 

J/13. Explain the effects of Proposition 13, which part of government has the power to

         change Proposition 13, and if it is likely to change (Carney, p. 41 end – 44 top)

 

     J1.  Do most homeowners support or oppose changing Proposition 13? (p. 41 end)

     J2.  Has the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Proposition 13? (pp. (p. 41 end – 42 top)

     J3.  Did the U.S. Supreme Court uphold or overturn Proposition 13? (p. 42 top)

     J4.  Does the legislature of California have the power to change Proposition 13? (p. 42 top)

     J5.  Is the legislature of California likely to eliminate or change Proposition 13? (p. 42 top)

     J6.  Has the ability of local governments to raise funds for health and human services been

            reduced or increased since Proposition 13 became effective? (p. 44 top)

     J7.  _____ California governments spend funds on education, health and welfare. (p. 44 top)

     J8.  Before Proposition 13, _________ taxes raised funds for education, health and welfare (p. 44 top)

     J9.  Proposition 13 limited local __________ (p. 44 top)

 

 

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