Do you believe that homeowners should be taxed again to fix the schools?

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Chandra Lear Says:

Thu, Apr 17 2014 03:56 PM

We spend more money on education per student than any other state and our education is second to last. More money will not do anything to improve education. Vote NO on CC.

John Aldaz Says:

Thu, Apr 17 2014 02:55 PM

This new tax will cost the average Culver City homeowner over $10,000.00! If you paid a million dollars for your home, you will be taxed over $20,000.00, in addition to all other sky-high municipal taxes and levies, direct and indirect.

This new tax will come directly out of whatever disposable income they haven't yet confiscated, even if you're unemployed or don't have children: nothing could be more unfair or unaffordable. It's just another massive political money grab. Don't feed the hand that bites you. Vote NO on CC.

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