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Today on Your Call: How should California tax out-of-state businesses?
On today’s Your Call, we’ll have a debate about Proposition 39, which would close tax loopholes for multistate companies and use the additional revenues for clean energy and education. Proponents say closing the loopholes will generate $1B per year, while opponents say Prop 39 will cost jobs. Who is funding the Yes and No on Prop 39 campaigns? Join us at 10 or post your comment here. What questions do you have about Proposition 39? It’s Your Call with Rose Aguilar, and you.
Lew Uhler, founder and President of the National Tax Limitation Committee and one of the main opponents of Prop 39
Joseph Caves, a spokesman for the Yes on Prop. 39 campaign. He is an attorney and registered lobbyist in California specializing in environmental and natural resources law and policy
SF Gate Editorial: No on Prop. 39
Mercury News editorial: California's Prop. 39 will help keep businesses here
MapLight Voter’s Guide: Prop 39