Bay Area Space Company Moves Headquarters to Florida

Robotics manufacturing startup Made in Space is moving its Mountain View headquarters to Jacksonville, Florida, becoming the latest Bay Area company to move its operations out of California.

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Why Are Voters Facing 234 Local Tax Measures With Government Revenue at Record High?

When Californians go to the polls in March, they will narrow the field of presidential candidates, decide a $15 billion school bond and face hundreds of local tax measures.

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In New Budget, Governor Proposes $7.4 Billion Increase in Spending

Governor Gavin Newsom on January 10 unveiled a $222.2 billion state budget proposal, reflecting a $7.4 billion increase in total spending (general fund and special funds) over the budget enacted in June.

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We have been on the front lines supporting sound tax policy and supporting government efficiency since 1926. In legislative proceedings, courtrooms, elections and discussions with tax agency leaders, CalTax provides a strong and respected voice for taxpayers.

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Call to Action

CalTax is fighting to protect Proposition 13 from two major attacks:

An initiative on the November ballot would eliminate Proposition 13 protections for many properties in California, resulting in higher rent for countless small businesses, and higher prices for just about everything we buy and use (including groceries, fuel, utilities, day care and health care). Click here to read more about why CalTax opposes this harmful tax increase.

In the state Capitol, two measures (ACA 1 and SCA 5) would pave the way for higher taxes on all types of property, leading to higher costs for homeowners, renters and businesses. We’re also fighting legislative proposals that could make their way to the ballot: a sales tax on services, taxpayer-funded universal healthcare, and efforts to expand local taxing authority.

CalTax is working hard to defeat these tax increases, but we can’t do it alone. Please click here for information on how you can join the fight by supporting the CalTax Ballot Measure Issues Committee.