Proposition 6 is expected to fail. The proposition would have repealed a 12 cent…

Proposition 6 is expected to fail. The proposition would have repealed a 12 cent gas tax and transportation fees approved by Governor Jerry Brown without voter approval. https://bit.ly/2PKGnhp



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  1. Why would anyone think higher taxes is a good thing. And what people failed to understand is they are going up another 19 cents a gallon. That will be $1 a gallon of state taxes on gasoline and even more on diesel. And when diesel goes up, everything goes up. The voters of this once great state are ignorant in how they vote.

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  2. My guess half the people voted couldn’t read

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  3. OMG… and the money will not be used for CA highways… if that were so we would have good highways already… get Jerry Brown out of office… he is terrible! shame on the voters that think that more taxes in CA is good…

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  4. What’s wrong with Californians?!

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  5. People are really dumb. The money will never get to the highways. It will be used to try and fund free health care. England here we come.

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  6. It was worded differently on the ballot, when I read it I was worried it may not pass.

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  7. I think its the way it was worded on the ballot…

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  8. The way they worded this one was done to try and trick people and it may have just worked 😥

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  9. The working class of California has been taken hostage…

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  10. Sad how this bill really believes it will help roads and infrastructure.

    Instead we gonna pay more on gas than any other state.

    Has anyone see the roads nearby Nassco? Its been the same since the 80’s….. crappy.

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  11. Was poorly written bill, I would say misleading. Whoever did not read, voted wrong!

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  12. All of you bike shops out there get ready, you’ll be the ones making bank off this

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  13. California government has pulled this before. Three times when I lived in San Diego they told us if we pass the bill our roads would get fixed. Never happened. Good luck California.

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  14. We already pay a tax for road and infrastructures why do they need more. Tired of playing 40 bucks to fill up a corolla

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  15. That colossal failure of a high speed railway between LA and SF has sucked up $80 BILLION of the taxpayers’ money already, while our roads and infrastructures crumble. So let’s jack taxes up even more to pay for it…not to mention money that could have and SHOULD have gone to water conservation and firefighting resources, while half the state burns to the ground every other year. Jerry Brown and Feinstein have dug this state a hole we may never get out of.

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