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Commercial Rent Tax

An appeals court in California upheld a ruling that determined only a simple majority vote, rather than a two-thirds majority, is required to approve a new San Francisco tax on some commercial rents to fund early child care and education programs.

SAN FRANCISCO — An appeals court in California upheld a ruling that determined only a simple majority vote, rather than a two-thirds majority, is required to approve a new San Francisco tax on some commercial rents to fund early child care and education programs. 

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