This year, California voters have a shot at overturning one of the most notorious propositions of recent decades, part of it anyways. Proposition 15 on the November ballot would increase property taxes on corporations, undoing a key component of Prop 13. That was the 1978 landmark ballot measure which was sold to voters as a way to help homeowners. But it was also a boon to corporations. KQED Politics Editor Scott Shafer takes a look at why commercial property was even included in the first place.
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