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California 1968 ballot propositions

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12 statewide ballot propositions were on the 1968 ballot in California.

On the ballot

June 4

Type Title Subject Description Result
LBM Proposition 1 Bonds $200 million for farm and home assistance to veterans Approveda
LBM Proposition 2 Bonds $65 million for junior college construction Approveda

November 5

Type Title Subject Description Result
LRCA Proposition 1A Taxes Minimum property tax exemption of $750.00 for owner-occupied dwellings Approveda
LRCA Proposition 1 Education Superintendent of Public Instruction can be appointed; miscellaneous other constitutional revisions Defeatedd
LRCA Proposition 2 Taxes Formula for taxation of properties owned by counties and cities Approveda
LBM Proposition 3 Bonds $250 million for state college, university and urban school facilities Defeatedd
LRCA Proposition 4 Taxes Federal income tax reporting law may be incorporated on an ongoing basis into California law about state income tax Defeatedd
LRCA Proposition 5 Healthcare State can insure/guarantee loans for construction of public or nonprofit hospitals Approveda
LRCA Proposition 6 Taxes Insurance companies can exclude certain premiums from their taxable income Defeatedd
LRCA Proposition 7 Finance Money allocated from the state's general fund to cities and counties may be used for local purposes Approveda
LRCA Proposition 8 Taxes Apportionment of local sales and use taxes Approveda
CICA Proposition 9 Taxes Limit property tax for property-related services to 1% of market value Defeatedd

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