(WSJ) SAN FRANCISCO—In approving a ballot measure sought by Gov. Jerry Brown to raise taxes for several years, Californians took a step toward improving the state's fiscal situation and avoiding education cuts. According to the California Secretary of State's website, 53.9% of voters backed the measure, Proposition 30, while 46.1% voted against it, with all votes counted except for provisional and some mailed-in ballots. The approval is a significant victory for Mr. Brown, a Democrat, who has staked his governorship on a campaign to raise taxes to ease the effects of the state's budget crunch. "Last night, Californians made the courageous ..
Thursday, November 8
California Voter Want To Increase Their Taxes
The residence of California voted that they wanted to increase their taxes. That is asinine. As you can see, legalizing marijuana was not a good idea. It clouds your mind. Lesson learn.