On November 6, 2012, California voters closed a corporate tax loophole that was costing the state $1 billion each year. Now, Californians have a rare opportunity to invest $2.5 billion in projects that will reduce energy costs and create thousands of clean energy jobs.
Proposition 39, endorsed by 60 percent of the state’s voters and supported by hundreds of coalition members, gives the Legislature the responsibility to implement the Clean Energy Jobs Act. Now, back at the Capitol, the Governor and State Legislature are working up proposals on how best to invest the billions in Prop 39 revenue over the next five years. Stay up to date, read the most recent Prop 39 news, and stay involved by learning more about the current proposals.