July 16, 2009
Tax Men: John Laird (left) and Fred Keeley, both former Central Coast assemblymen, agree that stabilizing the state’s revenue stream – but without transferring the tax burden to middle – and low-income residents – is one of the major components required to keep California out of future economic crisis.
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California’s economy looks like it’s driving off a cliff. But we’ve already crashed over the railing and are now free falling towards certain doom. The budget deficit has reached $26.3 billion, with negotiations on how ...