California voters on Nov. 8 will consider a ballot initiative that would tax cigarettes by an additional $2 per pack. They also will weigh a separate income tax increase on some of the state’s highest earners.
California voters on Nov. 8 will consider a ballot initiative that would tax cigarettes by an additional $2 per pack. They also will weigh a separate income tax increase on some of the state’s highest earners. Carolyn Kaster AP
California voters on Nov. 8 will consider a ballot initiative that would tax cigarettes by an additional $2 per pack. They also will weigh a separate income tax increase on some of the state’s highest earners. Carolyn Kaster AP
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California income tax hike has wide lead, fewer back $2-a-pack tobacco tax increase

September 26, 2016 08:00 PM

UPDATED November 03, 2016 11:58 AM

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