Our View: The history of Prop. 13 is a tale that doesn’t bear repeating


It can be argued that the seeds of California’s rampaging inequality crisis were in large part sown two generations ago by Prop. 13. But they wouldn’t have grown to such troubling heights without careful tending in the years that followed.

Given the chance, voters have consistently doubled down on 1978’s Prop. 13 with a series of add-ons.

• Prop. 58, eight years later, made Prop. 13 hereditary: Homeowners can pass on their protected tax assessments when they pass on homes to their kids…

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