Gov. Jerry Brown uses a graph to demonstrate how unpredictable taxes on capital gains, mostly paid by the wealthy, have been as he announces his revised budget revise at the State Capitol May 13. Brown, however, was noncommital when asked whether he would try to reform state taxes to make them less volatile.
Gov. Jerry Brown uses a graph to demonstrate how unpredictable taxes on capital gains, mostly paid by the wealthy, have been as he announces his revised budget revise at the State Capitol May 13. Brown, however, was noncommital when asked whether he would try to reform state taxes to make them less volatile. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com
Gov. Jerry Brown uses a graph to demonstrate how unpredictable taxes on capital gains, mostly paid by the wealthy, have been as he announces his revised budget revise at the State Capitol May 13. Brown, however, was noncommital when asked whether he would try to reform state taxes to make them less volatile. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com