From The San Francisco Business Times:
San Francisco’s corporate tax to tackle homelessness added to November ballot
A measure that would levy taxes on San Francisco’s largest companies to combat the city’s rampant homelessness has landed on the November ballot.And across the bay, from KGO Radio 810:
Dubbed the “Homelessness Gross Receipts Tax Ordinance,” Article 28 aims to raise around $300 million from a 0.5 percent gross receipts tax on businesses taking in more than $50 million in annual revenue. The measure would double the city’s annual homelessness budget....MORE
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What the hell happened to the U.S. west coast?