TAX REFORM CONFERENCE, MAY 19, 2019
Join Capitol Weekly for TAX REFORM. This day-long conference will be held on May 22, 2019 in Sacramento and will be filmed for broadcast by the California Channel.
Keynote speaker: Senator Robert Hertzberg
Forty years ago, the passage of Proposition 13 upended California tax policy, inaugurating a top-down, centralized government approach to funding that persists to this day. While lower-income households pay a proportionately greater share of their incomes in taxes, state tax revenues are dependent on the state’s highest earners – the wealthiest 10 percent of households pay about 80 percent of California’s personal income tax. This disparity has led to decades of Boom and Bust cycles which wreak havoc on public programs, economic planning and the state’s fiscal health. With Gavin Newsom in the governor’s mansion and two-thirds majorities in both the Senate and Assembly, are Democrats poised to enact significant revisions to the state’s tax system, up to and including Proposition 13?
Three panels of experts will look at new legislation and other proposed solutions:
PANEL 1: Split Roll: Is Prop 13 Heading for Change?
PANEL 2: Volatility: Ending the Boom and Bust
PANEL 3: New Revenues – New Ideas
Confirmed speakers include: State Treasurer Fiona Ma; Sen. Nancy Skinner; Jon Coupal, Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association; Lenny Goldberg, California Tax Reform Association; Dan Morain, CALmatters; Carla Marinucci, Politico; John Kabateck, Kabateck Strategies.
Full speaker list will be posted soon.
Register by April 30, 2019 to receive the Early Registration Rate of $149. Registrations received after April 30 will pay the regular rate of $199. Registration fee includes lunch and all conference materials.
Special $99 rate for Public Employees.
Capitol Weekly’s Conference on Tax Reform will be held in Sacramento on Wednesday, May 22, 2019, from 9AM to 2:15PM at 1123 J Street.
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