San Jose Goes It Alone In Asking Voters To Raise Taxes On Cardrooms, Third-Party Providers

  • San Jose City Council asks voters to raise city’s cardroom tax from 15 to 16.5 percent
  • Third-party proposition player revenue would be taxed under San Jose ballet measure
  • Fresno, Sacramento, Commerce decline to follow San Jose’s lead and raise cardroom taxes

A measure asking San Jose voters to approve an increase in the city's cardroom tax to fund a variety of programs is headed to the November ballot, but the northern California city remains alone in its effort to generate more revenue from its gaming establishments.

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