Talk:Taxes on the ballot

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The first widely-known and successful effort to limit tax levels through the use of ballot initiatives was in California in 1978, when Howard Jarvis led the California Proposition 13 (1978) campaign to place a lid on property taxes in that state.

Other tax limitation activists and groups, especially Bill Sizemore in Oregon, Tim Eyman in Washington and Howard Rich of Americans for Limited Government have tried other initiatives, such as the Taxpayer Bill of Rights (TABOR).

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Sin Tax ballot measures' are initiatives brought before the people so they can vote about whether or not additional taxes should be assigned to those activities that society does not generally approve of, such as smoking tobacco or marijuana.

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