Attacks on Prop. 13 run the gamut

O.J. Simpson, acquitted of killing his wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend Ronald Goldman in 1994, is shown here at his 2008 sentencing for his role in a hotel-room heist in Las Vegas. He was given 33 years.

Relentless criticism hasn’t dented popularity of the 1978 tax-cutting ballot measure.
Attacks on Proposition 13 can be divided into two categories: the semiserious and the ludicrous.
The first variety come from people who believe government is entitled to more taxpayer money, and there should be no restrictions on government’s ability to get it, such as Prop. 13’s limit on annual increases in property taxes and the two-thirds vote it requires of both houses of the Legislature to raise state taxes.
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