Big Bucks Election This November
The Sacramento Bee's, Dan Walters, sheds some light on just how much the upcoming election could end up costing us in today's commentary. One paragraph tells it all:
If all of the tax and bond measures were to be approved -- which is doubtful, recent polls indicate -- California voters would be endorsing about $75 billion in new spending over the next decade, plus another $20 billion in sales taxes on gasoline and diesel fuel that would be permanently shifted from the state's general fund into transportation.
He breaks it down even further later in the commentary. As usual, if asked for a login, use humboldtlib for the username and blogspot for the password.