California Has $2 Billion In Unexpected Tax Revenue

Los Angeles TimesCalifornia has $2 billion in unexpected tax revenueLos Angeles TimesTax income has been outpacing forecasts — good news as Sacramento struggles with a $15-billion budget deficit. GOP leaders are already using it as fodder against Gov. Brown's proposed tax increases. Although an unexpected increase in tax revenue might ...Viewpoints: Republicans show courage in opposing Brown's tax extensionSacramento BeeCalifornia Budget: State Tax Revenue Already $2 Billion Above ForecastHuffington PostJerry Brown's Last StandNew York TimesBloomberg -Education Week News -Bellingham Heraldall 43 news articles »

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