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Proposition 30 And Its Effect On The SCV

Voters passed Proposition 30 on Tuesday  with 53.9 percent  of the vote, increasing the state income taxes on earnings over $250,000 for seven years and the state sales taxes by a quarter-cent for four years.



The passing of the proposition means the state’s educational system will avoid several billion dollars in trigger cuts.

The failing of Proposition 30 would have affected College of the Canyons, Santa Clarita Valley schools, as well as UCs and CSUs.

The Santa Clarita Community College District Board of Trustees adopted a resolution in support of Proposition 30 in late October. “We have a responsibility as stewards of this institution in particular, but also community colleges in general, to try and protect it,” Board of Trustees Member Michele Jenkins said. “We need the California Community College System to be able to continue on and flourish.”


The college would have seen a $4.6 million budget cut in the 2012-13 academic year if Proposition 30 failed.


The Increased state tax revenues averaging about $6 billion annually will be available for funding the state budget, guaranteeing public safety realignment funding as well as school funding.

A no vote on 30 would have affected our local courts, as well. 



“I would say that what the public needs to expect in the coming years is a further reduction of services, and that’s what the public needs to be prepared for,” said Mary Hearn, spokeswoman for Los Angeles County Superior Court adding “We’re looking at further cutting services somewhere between $54 million on the low end and $82 million on the high end.”



These projections were based on the passage of Proposition 30, if 30 did not pass, the Santa Clarita Valley could have seen cuts over the $100 million mark.

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Proposition 30 And Its Effect On The SCV

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