Editorial: Getting around Prop. 13
One would hope that the Proposition 30 tax increases passed by voters would have sated the California Legislature's appetite for additional revenue.
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#1 Jan 7, 2013
With a super majority, the pols in Sacramento have no limit to how much money they can take from real producers. Prop 13 will be history soon.
#2 Jan 7, 2013
GOOD! Taxes should be increased sky high and the revenue trickled up to the 1% who control most of the world's wealth.
Bartender! A round of austerity with a side of pain for everybody!
Since: Aug 10
#3 Jan 8, 2013
True story. You know the old saying used to be "hold on to your wallet" but I don't. Think tha works anymore. Your wallet is going to be empty, so why bother holding on to it.
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