Making them easier to pass them won't necessarily broaden their use • Already tend to pass in wealthy districts, fail in poorer ones Lowering the vote threshold for passage of local school parcel taxes would likely allow far more to pass, but there is no evidence that it would expand their use beyond the sort of wealthy Bay Area school districts that already have them, according to a new report from the nonpartisan think tank Public Policy Institute of California.
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