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San Francisco voters back 'homeless tax' on wealthy firms

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What ensures any of those businesses stay in this new tax zone?


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On ‎11‎/‎8‎/‎2018 at 9:44 PM, Satisfied said:

I sense you support the tax?  

 

Have never understood why it is the burden of the successful to pay for those who are not willing to work for things in life.

Far from it in regards to supporting the tax, but the people were able to vote for this unlike how it was in Seattle even though it was reversed in the end.

 

The successful (IT sector) could just move to another location without issue and the burden would be on the folks/city who would loose out on the  business tax revenue. Personally would never live in the downtown area anyways due to cost/crime.

 

 

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20 hours ago, Umka36 said:

Far from it in regards to supporting the tax, but the people were able to vote for this unlike how it was in Seattle even though it was reversed in the end.

 

The successful (IT sector) could just move to another location without issue and the burden would be on the folks/city who would loose out on the  business tax revenue. Personally would never live in the downtown area anyways due to cost/crime.

 

 

Ok, thanks for the direct answer and clarification.  (For some here, that seems a hard thing to do)

 

I wasn’t aware it happened in Seattle without a vote, will have to read up on that.  And I’ll take your comment one step further and state that I don’t think I would ever move back to CA in this lifetime.  Too many things that go against my personal grain are the norm there.  

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