Propositions 2022



Right to Reproductive Freedom

The measure would add Section 1.1 to Article I of the California Constitution as follows:

SEC. 1.1. The state shall not deny or interfere with an individual’s reproductive freedom in their most intimate decisions, which includes their fundamental right to choose to have an abortion and their fundamental right to choose or refuse contraceptives. This section is intended to further the constitutional right to privacy guaranteed by Section 1, and the constitutional right to not be denied equal protection guaranteed by Section 7. Nothing herein narrows or limits the right to privacy or equal protection.



Tax on Income Above $2 Million for Zero-Emissions Vehicles and Wildfire Prevention Initiative

Increases tax on personal income over $2 million by 1.75% for individuals and married couples and allocates new tax revenues as follows:

(1) 45% for rebates and other incentives for zero-emission vehicle purchases and 35% for charging stations for zero-emission vehicles, with at least half of this funding directed to low-income households and communities; and

(2) 20% for wildfire prevention and suppression programs, with priority given to hiring and training firefighters. Requires audits of programs and expenditures.


Los Angeles

Measure ULA

Funding Affordable Housing and Tenant Assistance Programs Through A Property Transfer Tax

United to House LA takes a percentage of windfall profits from real estate sale over $5M to invest back into our communities, specifically to reduce homelessness, make housing more affordable and protect low-income seniors from losing their homes. 

  • This one-time tax would raise an estimated $900 million a year to reduce homelessness, make housing more affordable, and protect low-income seniors from losing their homes.
  • ULA would invest in innovative solutions, creating housing faster and at a lower cost than what has been done before.
  • It would immediately provide housing for people living on the streets, send emergency assistance to low-income seniors in danger of becoming homeless, and provide legal aid to renters.
  • ULA would be implemented with strong citizen oversight from independent homelessness experts who know what works—not politicians.