$370 Billion a Year in Higher Taxes and Fees Proposed In First Six Months of Legislative Session

California state lawmakers have proposed more taxes and fees in the first six months of the 2017-18 legislative session than in the entire previous two-year session, the nonpartisan California Tax Foundation reported today.

If every tax and fee increase were enacted, the burden on California taxpayers would increase more than $370 billion a year, the Foundation noted in its updated Tax Watch report.

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State Auditor Eyes California’s Crumbling Infrastructure in Assessment of State

California’s State Auditor last week released its updated assessment of high-risk issues that loom over the state, and the failure to keep up with the state’s infrastructure needs made the cut.

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Proposition 13 Revisited

A look at California’s property tax 35 years after passage of Proposition 13.

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Who Pays Taxes in California?

. . . examines who pays taxes, who doesn’t, and how California’s tax system compares to those of other states.

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On the Edge: California’s Workers Still Face the Toughest Job Market in Decades

Key trends in employment and earnings

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