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State of the States: California

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Thu, 19 Jul 2012

In January, Governor Brown proposed a $92 billion budget that included approximately: $4 billion in cuts, primarily in welfare and childcare for the poor. $7 billion in increased revenue, from increased sales tax and personal income tax. The sales tax would increase 0.25 percent, from 7.25 percent

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