California Gov. Jerry Brown gestures during a news conference with California Apartment Owners’ Association president Howard Jarvis in Los Angeles on July 19, 1978. Brown, then in his first stint as governor, opposed Proposition 13, Jarvis’ property tax limit measure which voters approved a month earlier, but afterward Brown embraced it and declared himself to be a “born-again tax cutter.”
California Gov. Jerry Brown gestures during a news conference with California Apartment Owners’ Association president Howard Jarvis in Los Angeles on July 19, 1978. Brown, then in his first stint as governor, opposed Proposition 13, Jarvis’ property tax limit measure which voters approved a month earlier, but afterward Brown embraced it and declared himself to be a “born-again tax cutter.” ROBBINS Associated Press file
California Gov. Jerry Brown gestures during a news conference with California Apartment Owners’ Association president Howard Jarvis in Los Angeles on July 19, 1978. Brown, then in his first stint as governor, opposed Proposition 13, Jarvis’ property tax limit measure which voters approved a month earlier, but afterward Brown embraced it and declared himself to be a “born-again tax cutter.” ROBBINS Associated Press file
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Dan Walters: Property tax feud still rages

December 08, 2015 03:32 PM

UPDATED December 09, 2015 07:55 AM

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