Recent reports indicate California is in great shape economically, with rising tax revenues and record markets making coffers flush with cash. So why is that local citizens are about to be hit in the 2020 March primary with several new tax measures designed to boost schools and firefighters whose budgets are said to be under stress?
Aren’t classroom and fire department budgets that lag during times of need just the kind of thing that the state’s vaunted “rainy day fund” is for?
Apparently not. N...
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