Fiscal impact statements for California's 2014 ballot propositions

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This page shows what the estimated fiscal impact is of every potential ballot proposition that was submitted to the Office of the Attorney General of California for a ballot title and ballot summary.
See also: California 2014 ballot propositions

All filed initiatives

Cost Identifying # Summary of fiscal estimate
#11-0072 "Increased state administrative costs in the low tens of millions of dollars annually"
#12-0004 "State debt-service savings of up to $709 million annually... Unknown reduction in state and local revenues"
#12-0008 "[P]otential annual savings... of a few billion dollars per year"
#12-0012 "Annual local government revenue increase of roughly $225 million... [S]avings in most years of roughly $100 million"
#12-0013 "[I]n the form of decreased revenues and increased costs, potentially in the billions of dollars annually"
#12-0014 "Annual state revenue of $3 billion to $7 billion (depending on oil prices) from new severance tax"
#12-0015 "Additional state tax revenues from increases in various taxes of about $2.2 billion annually"
#12-0016 "Potentially major impacts... in the form of decreased revenues and increased costs"
#12-0017 "[R]esult in a substantial net change in state and local finances"
#12-0018 "Additional annual state tax revenues"
#13-0001 "[R]esult in a substantial net change in state finances"
#13-0002 "Increased state revenues from a new oil and gas severance tax of $1.5 billion to $2 billion per year"
#13-0005 "Increased state revenues of around $1 billion per year upon full implementation"
#13-0006 "Unknown, but probably not significant fiscal impact on the state and county governments"
#13-0008 "Unknown but potentially significant costs to state and local governments"
#13-0009 "[I]n the form of decreased revenues and increased costs"
#13-0010 "[R]esult in a substantial net change in state and local finances"
#13-0012 "No fiscal impact on state and local governments"
Savings and revenue.PNG #13-0013 "Reduced costs in the low hundreds of millions of dollars annually... Potential net additional tax revenues"
#13-0014 "Potentially minor increased costs to state and local governments to resolve legal issues"
#13-0015
#13-0016 "Potential net state and local government costs associated with changes in the amount and types of health care services"
#13-0020 "Potentially significant costs to state and local governments"
#13-0021 "One-time state costs in 2015-16 of up to $5.6 billion"
Savings and revenue.PNG #13-0022 "State savings from increased revenues… Increased revenues to support state and local public hospitals"
#13-0024 "Annual state and local savings, potentially in the hundreds of millions of dollars"
Savings and revenue.PNG #13-0025 "Reduced costs in the low hundreds of millions of dollars annually... Potential net additional tax revenues"
#13-0027 "Net increase in cigarette excise tax revenues in the range of $800 million to $1.4 billion annually by 2015-16"
#13-0028 "Decreased state spending on the Legislature of over $130 million annually"
#13-0029
#13-0030
#13-0031 "Unknown increase in state sales tax revenue... Reduction in local sales tax revenues"
#13-0032 "Minor net annual effect on the state, as small additional administrative costs would be offset by small savings"
#13-0033 "Unknown but potentially significant net effect on state and local government revenues"
#13-0034 "One-time state costs in 2015-16 of up to $5.6 billion"
#13-0038 "[L]ikely of several million dollars annually"
#13-0039 "Increased local government elections costs and decreased state fee revenues"
#13-0040 "State administrative costs of between $8 million and $11 million annually... authority to fully recover these costs from fees levied"
#13-0041 "State and local government savings associated with reduced government employer-sponsored health insurance spending"
#13-0042 "State administrative costs in the low millions of dollars annually to enforce the measure"
#13-0043 "Potential net reduction of hundreds of millions to billions of dollars per year in state and local government costs"
#13-0044 "No direct fiscal effect on state or local governments"
#13-0045 "Increased state revenues from a new tax on vehicles of $3 billion to $4 billion annually"
#13-0047 "Net decrease in city and county revenue of about $2.5 billion per year"
#13-0049 "No direct fiscal effect on state or local governments"
#13-0050 "Increased state revenues from a new tax on vehicles of $3 billion to $4 billion annually"
#13-0051 "Increase or decrease in state and local tax revenues of uncertain magnitude"
#13-0052 "State costs upwards of $600 million annually"
#13-0054 "No significant fiscal effect on state or local governments"
#13-0055 "Increased state costs potentially in the tens of millions of dollars annually for several years"
#13-0056 "Minor annual costs to school districts, county offices of education, and two state agencies"
#13-0058 "Costs ranging from several hundreds of millions of dollars to over $1 billion annually"
#13-0059 "Annual costs up to the low tens of millions of dollars statewide"
#13-0060 "Net state criminal justice system savings that could reach the low hundreds of millions of dollars annually"
#13-0063 "[A]ll tax collections and spending by the existing State of California would end"
#13-0064 "State administrative costs of between $8 million and $11 million annually"
#13-0065 "Increased resources for local redevelopment activities… decreased resources for… government activities of the same amount"
#14-0001 "Potential state costs in the hundreds of millions of dollars"
#14-0003 "Net increase in cigarette excise tax revenues in the range of $500 million to $750 million annually"
#14-0004 "State debt-service savings of up to about $700 million annually from not using state bond funds"
#14-0006 "Increased costs potentially reaching millions of dollars in some years"
Savings and revenue.PNG #14-0008 "Reduced costs potentially exceeding $100 million annually… Potential net additional tax revenue"