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“Proposition 26 – Impact on State and Local Governments” at the 84th Annual Meeting of the State Bar of California

Proposition 26 requires a two-thirds vote of both houses of the Legislature to approve “regulatory fees” unrelated to a regulatory program, and limits local governments’ authority to levy new fees.  Learn about the significance of the new definition of “tax” exemptions which will not require voter approval, and impacts on local government that will prevent the enactment or increase of regulatory fees that do more.