For decades, a handful of the oldest and largest corporations in California have exploited a loophole in our commercial property tax system to dodge paying their fair share. As a result, they’ve taken away the resources our communities — particularly in Black, Brown, and Asian neighborhoods — need to thrive.

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It’s structural racism in a nutshell: executives and investors in big corporations make millions, while people of color breathe polluted air, are forced to cram together to make rent, can’t get proper healthcare and education, and don’t have the reliable public transportation and safe walkable streets to get to work.

Proposition 15 is a necessary step towards correcting the historical underfunding of communities of color. …

Latina and East San José Leaders for Prop 15

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