WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court yesterday agreed to review whether California's property tax system violates the commerce and equal protection clauses of the U.S. Constitution.

The court's decision in the case, expected by next year, could have a dramatic impact on property tax systems nationwide and may threaten the structure of California's 13-year experiment with Proposition 13, a property tax rollback spawned by a taxpayer revolt.

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