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Counting the Costs of California's Prop. 26
"But veteran municipal lawyer Michael G. Colantuono said the proposition is likely to bring significant change in a handful of cases.
Colantuono, part of a League of California Cities task force analyzing Proposition 26, said the measure could affect fees charged by public power utilities, park districts and business improvement districts, to name a few.
Most at risk: fees collected and spent in a way that does not directly benefit only those who pay."
Discounts and other subsidies previously offered through power utilities, for example, could be cut.