Calif. High Court Won’t Hear Proposition 13 Challenge

Law360, San Diego (November 21, 2012, 5:44 PM EST) -- The California Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to take up a case claiming that a property tax restriction voters approved in 1978 constituted an impermissible revision of the state constitution.

The state high court denied the petition for review by Charles Young, the former chancellor of UCLA, after the Second District Court of Appeal in July upheld a lower court’s judgment on the pleadings that Proposition 13 was an amendment to the California Constitution, instead of a revision that could not be passed by voters through...
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