BALLOT MEASURE SUMMARY
SUMMARY Put on the Ballot by Petition Signatures
| Bars state/local governments from condemning or damaging
private property to promote other private projects, uses. Limits
government’s authority to adopt certain land use, housing,
consumer, environmental, workplace laws/regulations. Fiscal
Impact: Increased annual government costs to pay property
owners for losses to their property associated with new laws and
rules, and for property acquisitions. These costs are unknown,
but potentially significant on a statewide basis.
WHAT YOUR VOTE MEANS
A YES vote on this measure means: State and local governments would have significantly increased requirements to compensate property owners for economic losses to their property resulting from new laws or rules. Also, government would be more restricted in taking private property for public uses.
A NO vote on this measure means: There would be no changes in the requirements on government for: (1) paying for economic losses to property resulting from new laws and rules and (2) taking private property for public purposes.
Proposition 90 stops eminent domain abuse and protects the American Dream—the fundamental right of every American to own a home. It prevents government from taking your home or property without your permission and turning it over to powerful developers who want to build strip malls or other commercial projects.
Prop. 90 is a deceptive and costly taxpayer trap. It would create new categories of lawsuits costing taxpayers billions of dollars every year. It is anti-taxpayer and anti-homeowner. Join taxpayers, homeowners groups, conservationists, police, firefighters, and businesses. Vote NO on 90.
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
California Protect our
2443 Fair Oaks Blvd., Suite 191
Sacramento, CA 95825
No on 90, Californians
Against the Taxpayer Trap
1121 L Street # 803
Sacramento, CA 95814
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