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New Gas Tax Proposed

New Gas Tax Proposed

This is an urgent announcement, medications we need you to stand up against the out of touch politicians in Sacramento to defeat this bill! The Legislature had barely reconvened before Senator Jim Beall and Assemblyman Jim Frazier had proposed another tax increase against poor and working class families.  This new gas tax would increase regular […]

Bipartisan legislators agree to reform CARB (California Air Resources Board)

Bipartisan legislators agree to reform CARB (California Air Resources Board)

Hold on to your wallet, Sacramento wants more of your money

Hold on to your wallet, Sacramento wants more of your money

  . . . . . By Eric Eisenhammer I can only shake my head while typing this, but Sacramento just can’t help itself. It’s sad, but true.   Two years ago, Democrats manipulated voters into thinking that they needed to raise taxes on themselves by $7 billion annually.      Now the state has billions […]

Waste precious water – Making ethanol is wasting California’s water

Waste precious water – Making ethanol is wasting California’s water

. . . . . . . by Tom Tanton . President Obama’s visit to Fresno will hopefully bring some much-needed clarification as to how the federal government plans to help California battle the devastating drought in the near-term.   Unfortunately, the administration’s continued support of the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) works counter to any […]

No on the CA gas tax

No on the CA gas tax

Viewpoint By Eric Eisenhammer Greetings! For those of us who commute to work every day, drive pickups, vans, SUV’s and even large trucks, a trip to the gas station can pack quite a wallop. Now, a San Francisco hedge fund billionaire has announced a proposal to increase oil taxes by billions. If he succeeds, gas […]

Protect the environment with creativity, not taxes

Protect the environment with creativity, not taxes

Viewpoint By Eric Eisenhammer Most Californians want to do their part for the environment, but many cannot afford to pay higher taxes.  Unfortunately, a misguided proposal now making its way through the Legislature would override consumer choice in energy and housing while opening the door to new taxes and eminent domain abuse. This bill, Senate Bill […]