Ballot Propositions: Join our upcoming online forum to find out where MHCH stands

9 Oct

MHCH Ballot PropositionsJoin us for our Monthly Housing Justice Educational Forum, sponsored by Making Housing and Community Happen (MHCH). In addition to providing encouraging news about what’s happening around affordable housing in Pasadena, there will be an interactive discussion of ballot propositions and county measures relating to housing justice. We will also hear from churches about what they are doing around affordable housing and homelessness.

When: Tuesday, Oct 20, 2020, at 7:00 PM

Register in advance for this meeting:

https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIvcOmpqj8sEtBhI_X8jROy1cweMjJJylh7  

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Where we at MHCH stand

YES on Prop 15: Requires only commercial and industrial properties to be taxed based on market value and dedicates revenue for colleges and schools in lower income areas.

YES on Prop 19: Changes tax assessment transfers and inheritance rules, with extra tax revenue going mostly to Fire Protection Fund.

YES on Prop 21: Expands local governments’ power to allow local rent control.

YES on Measure J: Sets aside 10% of LA County budget for alternatives to incarceration, including social services and affordable housing.

YES on Measures O and P which provide funding for schools and city services in Pasadena. See https://www.pusd.us/MeasureO  and https://www.cityofpasadena.net/measurep/

Scroll down for faith-based perspectives on other ballot propositions.

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Please save these dates and join us online for the  “There’s No Place Like Home” celebration of MHCH with music, stories and presentations.  Dec. 4, 7:00 pm, Dec 5 4:00, and Dec 6 4:00 pm.To register go to https://makinghousinghappen.org/celebration

Also please continue to donate to our work and consider making recurring donations at http://makinghousinghappen.org/donate 

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For faith-based perspectives on propositions, see the CA Church IMPACT blog: http://www.churchimpact.org/impact-blog. and https://www.fclca.org/ (Quaker)

Church IMPACT

Quaker

Prop 14:

YES

NO

Prop 15:

YES

YES

Prop 16:

YES

YES

Prop 17:

YES

YES

Prop18:

YES

YES

Prop 19:

YES

NO

Prop 20:

NO

NO

Prop  21:

YES

YES

Prop 22:

YES

NO

Prop  23:

YES

NO

Prop 24:

NO

NO

Prop 25:

NO

YES

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