June 27, 2012
Predicts Bill Will Cause More Local-State Conflict and Litigation
Earlier this year, the California Supreme Court concluded the Legislature could not enact legislation exacting local redevelopment agency revenues in order to fund the state budget in violation of Proposition 22 (2010). Today — only six months later — the Legislature passed AB 1484, the 73-page budget “trailer bill,” containing unconstitutional sales and property tax clawback or garnishment provisions.
Key words: Revenue and Taxation, State Budget, Legislation, Economic Development, Redevelopment, Successor Agencies
Today, both the Senate and the Assembly completed work on the remaining FY 2012-13 Budget Trailer bills, which will complete the budget package awaiting Gov. Jerry Brown’s review.
Key words: Revenue and Taxation, State Budget, Legislation, Economic Development, Redevelopment, Administrative Services, Community Services, Ballot Initiatives, Environmental Quality, Public Safety
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