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- Editor on Signature gathering to repeal the gas tax will begin on Nov. 30
- john barnett on Signature gathering to repeal the gas tax will begin on Nov. 30
- Gary Kettas on Signature gathering to repeal the gas tax will begin on Nov. 30
- Conrad DeWitte on California Realtors launch ballot drive to expand Prop. 13 for senior homeowners
- Conrad DeWitte on California taxpayers aren’t thankful for much, but there is hope in Republican tax reform
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By Taryn Luna | With their Democratic supermajority potentially in peril, California state legislators passed a law earlier this year that lengthened the timeline for the state to officially certify a recall election. Now their efforts may give Sen. Josh … Continue reading
By Jon Coupal | Listing all the deficiencies of the California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS) would be a daunting task. A long history of corruption involving so-called “placement fees,” dysfunctional governance, undue union influence and poor rates of return … Continue reading
To read or download tonight’s detailed council meeting agenda, click here (pdf). The public participation portion of the meeting begins at 6:30 with presentations and awards. Actual city business normally doesn’t start until 7:00 or thereafter. And you can always watch … Continue reading
The Republican-led Congress earns its lowest job approval marks this year, perhaps in part because of its failure to pass any major legislation. Most voters are steadfast in their opinion that the more important job for Congress is passing good … Continue reading
By Jon Coupal | Well, it happened again. Homeowners in Chicago now face yet another property tax increase to pay for the city’s mounting pension debt. Local taxpayers have already been slammed with nearly $1.1 billion in property tax increases, … Continue reading
By Steven Greenhut | Gov. Jerry Brown has more political capital than, perhaps, any modern politician has had in this state. He’s an iconic figure and smarter than almost anyone else in the Capitol, so he can pretty much have … Continue reading
Yesterday John and Ken kicked off the signature-gathering effort for the initiative to repeal the gas tax with a live broadcast from the Ayres Hotel in Orange. Here’s the entire four-hour show — which turns out to actually be only … Continue reading
City Hall Closure Dates 2017 January – 1*, 2*, 13, 27 February – 10, 20*, 24 March – 10, 24 April – 7, 21 May – 5, 19, 29* June – 2, 16, 30 July – 4*, 14, 28 August – 11, … Continue reading
[EDITOR'S NOTE: We received feedback that was critical of Jon Coupal's pro-GOP tax reform column posted here on Monday, so we hereby post the opposite view which has also been expressed by three California members of Congress -- Dana Rohrabacher … Continue reading