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KNTV News Live Wire Episode 16 - Proposition 8 and 13
KNTV (Television station: San Jose, Calif.)
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Footage from KNTV's in-depth "Live Wire" feature, on California Propositions 8 and 13. Prop 13 limited the tax rate for real estate, and Prop 8 allowed for a reassessment of real property values in a declining market. Part 1 comprises interviews with Santa Clara County Supervisor Rod Diridon, Sr.; County Fire Chief Gordon C. "Bill" Payne; and two members of the "Yes on 13 No on 8" campaign. Parts 2 and 3 are cutaway reels, with footage of neighborhoods, Santa Clara County government buildings, campaign signs, Yes on 13 campaign letter stuffing and staff, office workers, County services, short interview clips with people not in Part 1; and the female KNTV reporter.
moving image
16mm film
3 Reels of 3
casjhsj_000275_r01; casjhsj_000275_r02; casjhsj_000275_r03
Local elections--United States
Real property tax--California
Time Period
Santa Clara County (Calif.)
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