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This referendum authorizes the San Antonio City Council to levy a one-eighth of one percent sales tax for a maximum of eight years for the purposes of financing early childhood education in San Antonio.
Telluride, CO Ranked Choice Voting Ballot Measure
This ordinance puts on the ballot a measure to finance Portland Children\\\'s Investment Fund to support proven programs designed to help children arrive at school ready to learn, provide safe and constructive after school alternatives for kids, and prevent child abuse and neglect and family violence. The measure proposes financing Portland Children\\\'s Investment Fund with a five-year levy of $0.4026 per $1000 of assessed property value.
The ballot measure text for Measure JJJ, Affordable Housing and Labor Standards Related to City Zoning for the City of Los Angeles, as approved by Los Angeles City voters in November 2016. Ballot measure developed by the Build Better L.A. labor-community coalition, including the Alliance for Community Transit-Los Angeles (ACT-LA) and the Los Angeles Confederation of Labor.
This ballot measure increases the minimum wage for work performed in San Jos\' to $10 per hour with the potential of an annual increase based on the Consumer Price Index. The minimum wage would not apply to employers who do not maintain a facility in San Jos\' or employers that are exempt from the Business License Tax.
This ballot measure increases the minimum wage from $6.75 to $8.50. It provides for annual increases of the minimum wage based on the regional consumer price index.
This initiative requires that employees earn paid sick leave at the rate of 1 hour for every 30 hours worked; provides that new employees begin to earn sick leave after 3 months on the job; allows employees who work in businesses with fewer than 10 employees to accumulate up to 40 hours of paid sick leave; and allows employees who work in businesses with 10 or more employees to accumulate up to 72 hours of paid sick leave. This initiative passed and became law in 2007.
This ballot measure requires employers to provide employees with paid sick leave. After an individual has reached 90 days of employment, he or she earns one hour of paid sick leave for every 30 hours worked. An individual can earn up to nine paid sick days annually if he or she is employed at a business with ten or more employees. An individual can earn up to five sick days annually if he or she is employed at a business with fewer than ten employees. For more information about Initiative 300 read \'Costs and Benefits of Paid Sick Leave: Reviewing the Research,\' which is in the ALICE library.
The ballot measure would fund Metro bus service and other road safety, maintenance and transportation improvements in King County by authorizing the King County Transportation District to impose, for a period of ten years, a sales and use tax of 0.1% and an annual vehicle fee of sixty dollars ($60) per registered vehicle, with a twenty dollar ($20) rebate for low-income individuals. If approved, sixty (60) percent of the proceeds would fund Metro bus service. The rest would be split among King County cities and unincorporated King County area on a per-capita basis.