May 12, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger
In California, corporate profits are not merely up. They are "booming," the Legislative Analyst's Office reported not long ago.
In the last 10 years,
What have the revenues in California
taken in through taxes (not just income, all tax revenues)been each year?
In that same time, what has the state spent?
Seems I read that revenues were pretty high in California recently, in part due to increases in receipts from gas and oil taxes.
The joke of spending more than we have boggles the mind
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