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AOC Unmasks The Ruling Class

AOC Unmasks The Ruling Class

by Thomas L. Knapp “Working class Bronx native”  served US Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) well as “elect me” schtick in 2018. It wasn’t true — Ocasio-Cortez is an architect’s daughter who grew up in the tony suburb of Yorktown Heights (median family income of $137,580 versus the US median family income of $68,703), attended Boston […]

Report: Prop. 13 Saves California Taxpayers $2.4B Each Year

Report: Prop. 13 Saves California Taxpayers $2.4B Each Year

By Cole Lauterbach | The Center Square Homes in California’s Riverside County. Jacob Findlay / Shutterstock (The Center Square) – A report examining California’s local ballot measures that raised taxes found hundreds of initiatives passed over the past decade, costing taxpayers billions of dollars every year. Local taxes or tax increases require voter approval in California, […]

California firms would pay a combined corporate tax rate of 34.4% under Biden plan

California firms would pay a combined corporate tax rate of 34.4% under Biden plan

The Center Square (The Center Square) – The combined state and federal corporate tax rate in California would reach 34.4 percent under President Biden’s infrastructure plan, representing a tie for the seventh highest levy among the 50 states, according to a new study from the Tax Foundation. U.S. corporations currently pay a 21 percent corporate income […]

Treasurer Fiona Ma and Assemblymember Rob Bonta Seek Temporary Cannabis Tax Reduction

Treasurer Fiona Ma and Assemblymember Rob Bonta Seek Temporary Cannabis Tax Reduction

SACRAMENTO – State Treasurer Fiona Ma, CPA and Assemblymember Rob Bonta (D – Alameda) announced today that their Temporary Cannabis Tax Reduction bill is one step closer to becoming a reality as Assembly Bill 286 (AB 286) was introduced in the State Capitol. The bill would temporarily reduce California’s cannabis excise tax from 15 percent […]

California Wants to Tax Your Text Messages. Here’s Why

California Wants to Tax Your Text Messages. Here’s Why

By LUCAS LAURSEN  Have you found yourself texting people instead of calling them? Sure. Have you stopped to debate whether texting is a form of “telecommunications” or an “information service?” Chances are the answer is “no”. California’s Public Utilities Commission (PUC) is betting you haven’t either — and the difference matters because the commission has jurisdiction […]

The latest on the Channel Islands Harbor vote – TOMORROW 11/13!

The latest on the Channel Islands Harbor vote – TOMORROW 11/13!

PLEASE READ: The latest on the Channel Islands Harbor vote – TOMORROW 11/13 at City Council Meeting!   Greetings from the Channel Islands Neighborhood Council (C.I.N.C.), If you live on the harbor in the communities of Mandalay Bay, Harbour Island, Seabridge or Westport (Channel Islands Neighborhood Council) you are about to be taxed for the […]

Call the Capitol now to stop the water tax!

Call the Capitol now to stop the water tax!

The California Legislature is about to pass a new tax on drinking water, Senate Bill 845. This measure has already passed in the state Senate and could move quickly to the floor of the state Assembly. Although tax increases require a two-thirds vote, this legislation would pass with a simple majority of 50 percent plus […]

Ontario’s new premier must save the province

Ontario’s new premier must save the province

  By Dr. Tim Ball and Tom Harris On March 8, 2018, former US Vice President Al Gore visited Ontario, Canada in an attempt to help then-Premier Kathleen Wynne win the June 7 provincial election. Gore said, “I travel all over the world, and I cite Ontario as an example of a provincial government that is doing it […]

Call now to repeal and refund the fire tax!

Call now to repeal and refund the fire tax!

YOUR PHONE CALLS ARE NEEDED NOW: On Wednesday, April 18, the Senate Governance and Finance Committee will hear Senate Bill 1044. HJTA SUPPORTS THIS BILL, which would permanently repeal the State Responsibility Fire Prevention Fee, otherwise known as the fire tax, and clear the way for refunds to everyone who has had to pay this […]

County Treasurer-Tax Collector expands hours and services

County Treasurer-Tax Collector expands hours and services

VENTURA, Calif. – The Ventura County Treasurer-Tax Collector is expanding office hours and services to help meet the needs of busy county residents during the collection period for property taxes. The main Treasurer-Tax Collector office in the Hall of Administration at the Ventura County Government Center will have extended hours through December 11, 2017. It […]

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