Billionaire Marc Benioff celebrates after San Francisco votes for new tax that will take millions from big tech firms to solve the city’s homelessness crisis

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  • Proposition C, a measure which will tax San Francisco’s largest companies in order to combat homelessness, passed on Tuesday.
  • Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff has been a vocal proponent of Prop C and hailed the victory in a tweet.
  • Prop C would target Salesforce, which Benioff has estimated will pay between $ 10 million and $ 11 million a year.

Marc Benioff has tweeted jubilantly following the success of Proposition C.

The tax scheme was voted through on Tuesday during the US midterms. It will tax big San Francisco companies whose gross annual receipts total $ 50 million to raise money to combat the city’s homelessness crisis.

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