Calif. Supreme Court Won't Hear SF Tax Ballot Challenge

Law360 (September 9, 2020, 6:14 PM EDT) -- The California Supreme Court declined on Wednesday to take a case in which lower courts have found only a simple majority of voters was necessary to pass a 2018 San Francisco corporate tax ballot measure.

The California Supreme Court declined Wednesday to take a petition for review from business organizations and a taxpayer association regarding whether only a simple majority was necessary to pass a San Francisco corporate tax ballot measure. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg) California's highest court denied a petition for review from the California Business Roundtable, the California Business Properties Association and the right-leaning Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association, which had urged the court...

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