Stay Tuned for May Revise Analysis

Update: My analysis now is online.

John Seiler:

Shortly after Gov. Jerry Brown today releases his May Revise of his budget proposal for fiscal year 2011-12, which begins July 1, we’ll have analyses up on

From press reports, it looks like he’ll be cutting back some of the tax increases; and won’t seek to impose them until calendar year 2012. And there will be more cuts.

But we’ll see.

May 15, 2011


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  1. RObert
    RObert 15 May, 2011, 20:42

    Who really cares….

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  2. Cacheguy
    Cacheguy 16 May, 2011, 15:19

    I do care…..and so should you RObert!

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