Vote Against Proposition B
Prop B is Bad for Houston
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The truth about proposition b
Why is proposition B on the ballot?
In January 2018, the Houston firefighters' union turned down and walked away from the City Council's offer of a 9.5 percent pay increase over three years — valued at $69 million.
They decided instead to ask voters to approve Proposition B on this fall's ballot for a stunning 25 percent pay increase.
By itself, Proposition B would add an additional $100 million in costs to the city budget every year.
Blowing an additional $100 million hole in the city budget — every year — would force police and fire layoffs, slash other services, and bust the revenue cap to raise taxes and fees.
No matter how you look at it, Proposition B is a bad deal for Houston taxpayers. We can do better.
We have only one responsible choice: Vote AGAINST Prop B.