The Populist Politician and California’s Property Tax Revolt
In 1978, voters passed Proposition 13, lowering taxes for millions of California homeowners. Decades later, what has it meant for California?
When Howard Jarvis declared that he was mad as hell about rising property taxes in California, he started a tax cutting movement that rolled across the nation. Thirty-eight years later, Jarvis’s Proposition 13 is still on the books in California, but the debate over its consequences remains.
- Producer: Joe Rubin
- Producer: Dan McKinney
- Sr. Producer: Kit R. Roane
- Editor: Dan McKinney