Proposition 39 is a major issue among voters of all walks of life. There is rising anger here over the fact that big businesses are continuing to get away with these large tax breaks as they damage the economy in California. There are two main concerns here for voters.
The first is the fact that the current tax loophole encourages companies to set themselves up out-of-state and benefit from tax breaks, without employing Californian workers. The second is the fact that that this costs the state as much as $1 billion a year in lost tax money. Prop 39 aims to reverse this so that it eliminates this tax issue, returns the lost revenue and adds some equality back into the job market.