California Education Tax Relief Act (2010)
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- (a) This Act shall be known as the "California Education Tax Relief Act.
- (b) Notwithstanding any provision of the Constitution to the contrary, no property, sales or income taxes shall be levied or assessed to pay for any free school provided for under Section 5 of Article 9, nor to pay for any Public School System or into the State School Fund provided for under Section 6 of Article 9, nor to pay for textbooks provided for under Section 7.5 of Article 9, nor to pay for the University of California provided for under Section 9 of Article 9.
Ballot title: Prohibits Public Funding of Schools Through Taxes. Initiative Constitutional Amendment.
Official summary: Prohibits property, sales, or income taxes from being used to fund California's public schools, colleges, and universities, or to buy textbooks for grades one through eight.
Estimated fiscal impact: Elimination of most existing state and local government funding for education programs. Likely major shifts in state and local government budgeting.