2013 Senate Bill 114

House Roll Call 316: Passed

To eliminate the use of rental property occupancy rate increases or decreases in determining the taxable value of property. The bill is a response to a 2002 Supreme Court ruling (WPW vs. Troy) which held that the Constitutional tax cap put in place by Proposal A in 1994 capped annual increases in the assessments of commercial property whose assessment had previously been lowered because of high vacancy rates.

98 Yeas / 12 Nays
Republican (54 Yeas / 5 Nays)
Democrat (44 Yeas / 7 Nays)