“Baby” Prop C is going to court – join in the fight!
Wednesday, July 3, 2019, 8:45am – noon
Meet at 400 McAllister (corner of Polk and McAllister)
Join early childhood advocates, child care providers and SF families on July 3, and take a stand for child care and preschool needs in our city.
Show the Jarvis Tax Association our vote counts—come to court!
If you signed the petition to get Prop C on the ballot in June 2018, or if you voted to pass Prop C, this is your next step to support affordable, accessible early education that will keep SF a diverse, thriving community.
Start your Independence Day celebration by participating in the judicial process. Bring your children and wear your most patriotic attire!
What is this court case all about?
Howard Jarvis Taxpayer Association (HJTA), Building Owners and Management Association (BOMA), California Business Roundtable, and California Business Properties Association have filed a lawsuit. They’ve blocked our vote passing Prop C last June, and halted needed funds to increase families’ access to child care, and raise compensation of child care educators.
The ruling in this case will significantly change our ability to access critically needed community resources.
July 3 is the initial (summary) judgment. There will be additional hearing(s) in October. It is very important that we have a strong showing of citizens on July 3, to show the judge and city leadership that we will fight to defend our families’ rights to quality, affordable child care in San Francisco.