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Proposition 53: California Twenty-First Century Infrastructure Investment Fund

Resolution Chapter 185, Statutes 2002 (ACA 11) Richman

Official Summary:
Generally dedicates up to 3% of General Fund revenues annually to fund state and local (excluding school and community college) infrastructure projects. Fiscal Impact: Dedication of General Fund revenues for state and local infrastructure. Potential transfers of $850 million in 2006-07, increasing to several billions of dollars in the future years, under specified conditions.


Official Proponent:
Dan Pellissier
Yes on California's Future, Yes on Prop. 53
1717 I Street, Sacramento, California, 95814
(916) 444-5701


Official Opponent:

Lenny Goldberg
California Tax Reform Association
926 J Street, Suite 710,
Sacramento, California, 95814
(916) 446-4300


Who Signed the Ballot Arguments:
Jon Coupal, President; Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association
Allan Zaremberg, President; California Chamber of Commerce
Glen Craig, Retired California Highway Patrol
Caprice Young, Past President; Los Angeles Unified School District
Dr. Peter Mehas, Superintendent; Fresno County Office of Education
Jack O'Connell, State Superintendent of Public Instruction
Lenny Goldberg, Executive Director, California Tax Reform Association
William Powers, Legislative Director; Congress of California Seniors

Follow the Money:
All Proposition 53 campaign finance committees, from the Secretary of State


Nonpartisan Voter Information:
California Budget Project Proposition Information
Project Vote Smart Proposition Information
Smart Voter’s Proposition Information


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