Proposition 30, approved by voters in 2012, generates about $8 billion a year, and its sales tax component, a relatively small part of the measure, ends next year while its income tax portion, which affects the state’s highest-income residents, is scheduled to expire in 2018.
Proposition 30, approved by voters in 2012, generates about $8 billion a year, and its sales tax component, a relatively small part of the measure, ends next year while its income tax portion, which affects the state’s highest-income residents, is scheduled to expire in 2018. Nick Ut AP
Proposition 30, approved by voters in 2012, generates about $8 billion a year, and its sales tax component, a relatively small part of the measure, ends next year while its income tax portion, which affects the state’s highest-income residents, is scheduled to expire in 2018. Nick Ut AP