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Gov. Brown key to 2016 tax measures

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December 2, 2014 By Joel Fox.   With the 2014 election finally over, attention is turned to possible tax measures on the 2016 ballot. I previously wrote about groups looking to raise taxes on commercial property, oil extraction and cigarettes; and extending or making permanent 扑克 the income-tax piece of Proposition 30, which voters passed in 2012. Marc Lifsher covered similar ground in the Los Angeles Ti...

The upsides of low turnout

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December 1, 2014 By John Hrabe. This election, your vote counted double. "When it's 50 % turnout, your voting power is doubled #math," Paul Mitchell of Political Data Inc., the state's top political data firm, tweeted on Election Day. Increased voting power -- it's one of several upsides to the state's record low turnout in this month's gubernatorial election. With fewer than 75,000 ballots left to count statewi...

VIDEO: How 20th Century Law is Undermining 21st Century Medicine

VIDEO: How 20th Century Law is Undermining 21st Century Medicine
November 30, 2014 By admin. Is the cure to what ails you located in your own molecular code? Are tech companies on the verge of breaking the code to longer, healthier lives? Is the government going to ruin it for everyone? Manhattan Institute author Peter H. Huber joins Brian Calle to talk about how California's tech industry is leading a revolution in medicine. ...

VIDEO: John Allison — The Right Social and Economic Policies for Growth

NEW: VIDEO: John Allison — The Right Social and Economic Policies for Growth
November 29, 2014 By admin. Getting economic policy right is only part of the formula for long-term growth. The CATO Institute's John Allison joins Brian Calle to discuss the right business environment for long-term growth.
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