NO ON PROP 5

NO ON PROP 5

Prop 5 gives a select few people tax breaks at the expense of upwards of $1 billion each year from schools and local services. That means everything from services like fire and emergency response to our healthcare would be jeopardized so that wealthy people over 55 who can already afford bigger homes can get a tax break to upgrade and realtors can make money from additional sales of more expensive homes. There is no benefit to our children, families struggling to pay rent, low-income seniors, or people with disabilities who need real housing solutions.

CNC is engaging our families in important conversations about real solutions for affordable housing through nightly phone calls, daily conversations at the door, and through digital organizing.

Prop 5: A tax-break that could break the bank
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KBAK/KBFX) — For decades, longtime homeowners in California have received a break on their property taxes. Proposition 5 is designed to let these home owners keep that benefit, even if they move into a new, more expensive house.