SACRAMENTO, CA – Following the announcement today by Governor Newsom to reopen some businesses in California on a limited or highly restricted basis, Julian Canete, President of the California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce and No on Prop 15 coalition member issued the following statement:
“Today’s announcement by Governor Newsom to institute a four-tiered system which effectively keeps California’s businesses under extreme duress will continue to have a detrimental impact on their ability to open their doors. Further forestalling California’s opening will result in fewer employees having the opportunity to get back to work. With that in mind, it is now more critical than ever for Governor Newsom to take a stand and support small businesses by opposing Proposition 15. To do otherwise would put Governor Newsom on the wrong side of history by supporting higher taxes instead of supporting small businesses.”
ABOUT NO ON PROP 15 – STOP HIGHER PROPERTY TAXES AND SAVE PROP 13
No on Prop 15 – Stop Higher Property Taxes and Save Prop 13, a bipartisan coalition of homeowners, taxpayers, and businesses, has been fighting to protect Prop 13 and oppose a split-roll property tax for more than a decade. For more information, please visit www.NOonProp15.org.