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In November, voters in San Francisco–by some measures the most expensive city in the country–will decide on a ballot measure Proposition C, AKA “Our City, Our Home,” that could raise up to $300 million per year to fund subsidized housing and new services to help get...

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In November, voters in San Francisco–by some measures the most expensive city in the country–will decide on a ballot measure Proposition C, AKA “Our City, Our Home,” that could raise up to $300 million per year to fund subsidized housing and new services to help get homeless people off the streets. The money would come from a “gross receipts tax” averaging 0.5% on companies’ annual revenue over $50 million. That could affect about 300 firms, reckons the …