Prop. 30 — ‘Millionaires' tax for education, public safety: Tax favors special interests, not
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Prop. 30 — ‘Millionaires' tax for education, public safety: Tax favors special interests, not

Sacramento : CA : USA | Oct 18, 2012 at 2:35 PM PDT
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Millionaires' tax for education, public safety: Tax favors special interests, not by arie lipnick On Nov. 6, California taxpayers will once again be asked to bail out Sacramento. As the Orange County Register points out, years of fiscal mismanagement means these will be the 12th, 13th and 14th times... FULL ARTICLE AT j.
 
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