REPORT: The homeless tax proposal and how it faired Tuesday

BY TEAM DML / NOVEMBER 7, 2018 /

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The controversial San Francisco “homelessness tax” that divided the tech industry passed, according to poll tallies Tuesday night.

Proposition C will increase gross receipts taxes for companies with more than $50 million in annual revenue by an average of .5 percent, generating up to $300 million a year to combat the city’s homelessness crisis through initiatives like new beds in shelters and increased mental health services.

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Prop C had both vocal proponents and vehement detractors in the tech industry.

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2 Comments

  1. Crazyinarizona November 7th, 2018 at 1:49 pm

    Hey, hitech, u might want to consider relocating your businesses to more commerce-friendly states and leave Little Venezuela choking on her feces.

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  2. wiaka November 8th, 2018 at 5:26 am

    This money won’t ever get to the homeless, the state will pocket just like they do everything else they tax. It’s time to move out of this state.

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