San Francisco judge pumps Department of Finance brakes!

It was announced today, December 11th, that it is unconstitutional to withhold cities sales tax revenue as outlined in Prop 22.  The ruling, handed down by Superior Court judge Michael P. Kenny, halts the Board of Equalization from taking further action.

(photo: file footage)

(photo: file footage)

Cerritos was set to have $10.8 million dollars seized from sales and use tax revenue.  Also on the list for having revenue taken:  Lakewood, Santa Fe Springs, Lynwood, Montebello, and Compton.

2UrbanGirls reached out to Compton mayor Aja Brown but did not receive comment on how the demand to withhold $5.516 million from Compton, will affect the cities ability to provide services.


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