Gov. Jerry Brown shows a chart indicating possible future deficit spending as he discusses his revised 2016-17 state budget plan released last month. Brown proposed a $122.2 billion spending plan for California, down slightly from his January proposal as tax revenues are expected to fall below expectations.
Gov. Jerry Brown shows a chart indicating possible future deficit spending as he discusses his revised 2016-17 state budget plan released last month. Brown proposed a $122.2 billion spending plan for California, down slightly from his January proposal as tax revenues are expected to fall below expectations. Rich Pedroncelli Associated Press
Gov. Jerry Brown shows a chart indicating possible future deficit spending as he discusses his revised 2016-17 state budget plan released last month. Brown proposed a $122.2 billion spending plan for California, down slightly from his January proposal as tax revenues are expected to fall below expectations. Rich Pedroncelli Associated Press

Conversation – Tax reforms

June 05, 2016 12:00 AM

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