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Ballot Measure to Raise $144 BILLION in taxes (not a typo) is Misleading

Ballot Measure to Raise $144 BILLION in taxes (not a typo) is Misleading

. . The Radical Left believe the end justifies the means—which is why when they told us in 2012 they would Not go for an extension of the Prop. 30 $42 billion tax increase, they did Not lie.  This time they are going for $144 billion in new taxes.  This at a time when such […]

Hospitals Inflict Pain on Taxpayers

Hospitals Inflict Pain on Taxpayers

Cal State University system hikes fees to offset tuition freeze

Cal State University system hikes fees to offset tuition freeze

California: Tax Hikes Loom for 2016 Ballot

California:  Tax Hikes Loom for 2016 Ballot

Although it may seem far in the distant future, symptoms there has been a great deal of speculation regarding what ballot propositions might appear on the 2016 General Election ballot in California. Focusing on just those proposals having the potential for real harm to taxpayers, here is our short list: SALES AND INCOME TAX EXTENSION […]

New tax would hit services

New tax would hit services

By Wayne Lusvardi . Republished with permission by Cal Watchdog.com . Tax reform is in the air. One proposal is by state Sen. Bob Hertzberg, D-Los Angeles, also a former speaker of the Assembly. Senate Bill 8, the Upward Mobility Act, would raise $10 billion in sales and use taxes to replace the $7 billion Proposition […]

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

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 Outlook” forecasts: “the end of the Proposition 30 PIT [personal income tax] rate increases will not […]

Gov. Brown key to 2016 tax measures

Gov. Brown key to 2016 tax measures

Taxes–Lying in the Weeds

Taxes–Lying in the Weeds

    By Jon Coupal Once again it is time for taxpayers to get a good grip on their wallets because Sacramento politicians are looking to extend the “temporary” taxes imposed by Proposition 30, approved by voters less than two years ago. There is nothing more permanent than a temporary tax. They are as immortal […]