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LAO: No ‘fiscal cliff’ with end of Prop. 30 taxes

Someone should come up with a T-shirt reading, “STAY CALM AND LET PROP. 30 END.” Maybe sell it and make a few bucks for ya. At least before taxes. California Legislative Analyst Mac Taylor’s recent “The 2015-16 Budget: California’s Fiscal

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Gov. Brown key to 2016 tax measures

  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

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Top 5 tips for Democrats’ circular firing squad 3

Nov. 5, 2012 By John Hrabe Just a day before the election, California Democrats seem intent on self-destruction. Liberal activist Molly Munger has been trashing Jerry’s tax hike. Brad Sherman and Howard Berman have spent more than $13 million in

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Prop. 30: California deserves better 18

Commentary Nov. 5, 2012 By Bey-Ling Sha, Ph.D. There comes a time in every parent’s life when she has to decide how much she is willing to sacrifice for the good of her children’s education. In our family, I have given

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Prop. 30 and Prop. 38 tax-and-spenders dogfight 15

Nov. 2, 2012 By Dave Roberts When the Assembly Budget Committee held an informational hearing in September on Proposition 30, it featured a classic liberal-conservative debate. Trudy Schafer of the League of Women Voters argued that taxes need to be

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Newspapers opine on the 11 propositions 3

Oct. 26, 2012 By John Seiler The Nooner site on California politics has compiled a nifty grid with all the newspaper editorial-page opinions on the 11 propositions. Click on the Y or N for the link to each individual editorial.

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Brown sends signal for teachers to openly proselytize for Prop. 30 27

Oct. 22, 2012 By Chris Reed Gov. Jerry Brown’s weekend call for teachers to go all out for Prop. 30 and his agenda in the remaining two weeks before the election needs to be seen in the context of all

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How to destroy an economy and waste tax dollars: Vote Yes on Props. 30 and 38 22

Oct. 22, 2012 By Mark Landsbaum If you wanted to destroy an economy, what would be a good way to go about it? You might take money from those who earn it. Can there be a more perverse disincentive than

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Are millionaires really leaving the state? 21

Oct. 13, 2012 By John Seiler In the debate over the Proposition 30 and Proposition 38 tax increases, the question comes up: Will such tax increases drive millionaires from California? The liberal-oriented California Budget Project just teased us with an

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Brown, Munger end GOP monopoly on circular firing squads 10

Oct. 13, 2012 By John Hrabe For the past two decades, California Republicans have perfected one thing, the circular firing squad. No political party, organization or institution has been better at snatching defeat from the jaws of victory. The Republican

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