7 votes Clearing up the confusion around Prop 13 on the 2020 ballot Posted February 22 by skybrian Tags: politics, usa.ca.san diego, education https://www.kusi.com/clearing-up-the-confusion-around-prop-13-on-the-2020-ballot/ Link information This data is scraped automatically and may be incorrect. Published Feb 20 2020 Word count 480 words 2 comments Collapse replies Expand all Comments sorted by most votes newest first order posted relevance OK Durallet February 23 Link They failed to mention that there is a constitutional amendment on the November ballot to modify the 1978 Prop 13 to increase taxes on commercial and industrial properties. They failed to mention that there is a constitutional amendment on the November ballot to modify the 1978 Prop 13 to increase taxes on commercial and industrial properties. 4 votes skybrian (OP) February 22 Link From the article: [...] From the article: The Prop 13 on the 2020 ballot has nothing to do with the reform of the original property tax , Prop 13, passed by voters in 1978 to cap property tax increases. [...] This year’s Prop 13 calls for a $15 billion bond to build schools, brick and mortar, not educational funding. After interest, the total cost is expected to be around $27 billion.