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  • Governor Rendell Proposes Raising State's Income Tax

    Governor Rendell Proposes Raising State's Income Tax
    Governor Ed Rendell is proposing a temporary increase in the state's personal income tax. The tax would generate $1.5 billion a year for the next three years. Rendell says the hike is necessary to make up for a $3.2 billion dollar budget deficit. "The...
  • Quinn Calls Special Session for Budget

    (WGN-AM) - Gov. Pat Quinn has called a special session of the General Assembly for Tuesday to deal with the out-of-whack state budget and several other issues. "There is still much to be done," Quinn said in a statement. "We must find a way to work...
  • Quinn Abandoning Push for State Income Tax Increase Until Fall

    Quinn Abandoning Push for State Income Tax Increase Until Fall
    (WGN-AM)- Gov. Pat Quinn told the Tribune Friday afternoon that he will abandon his push for a state income tax increase---at least for a few months. In an interview after he met privately with lawmakers, Quinn said he is now focused on passing a "bare...
  • File California tax system revision effort under flawed

    In these budget-crisis days, when California citizens showing true public spirit are thin on the ground, I propose a tip of the hat to Gerald L. Parsky. Parsky, 66, a prominent Los Angeles lawyer and investment executive, has shouldered the thankless...
  • Complete News Release from U.S. Attorney

    Gladys E. Hodge, also known as " Terri Hodge," who was to go on trial early next month on charges outlined in a 31-count indictment charging 14 public officials and their associates with various offenses related to a bribery and extortion scheme involving...
  • Filling out student loan form gets easier

    Filling out student loan form gets easier
    I think it's safe to say most high school seniors and their parents would rather sandblast the oil stains from the garage floor or rearrange the attic than fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. However, here's some news that should...
  • Californians Facing Even Higher Taxes

    Californians Facing Even Higher Taxes
    SACRAMENTO -- While Californians are still feeling the sting of income and sales tax hikes signed into law earlier this year, now comes news that state tax authorities plan to take a little more from their pockets. For only the second time in 30 years,...
  • State Budget Bill Lowers Sales Tax, Increases State Income Tax For Rich

    State Budget Bill Lowers Sales Tax, Increases State Income Tax For Rich
    The state House of Representatives late Monday approved a Democratic-written budget bill that would cut estate taxes for the wealthy, reduce the sales tax for everyone and increase the state income tax for couples earning more than $1 million a year. For...
  • State cannot afford to roll back tax hikes

    SACRAMENTO -- With the state's finances already reeling deeper into the red, officials declared this morning that California has fallen short of the federal stimulus money needed to avoid the full brunt of tax hikes and spending cuts lawmakers approved...
  • House Passes American Recovery & Reinvestment Act

    Senator Patty Murray on Saturday announced details of many of the investments and tax cuts included in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act for Washington state. The bill includes over $6.7 billion in funding for Washington state, including...
  • La. Tax Return Changes

    BATON ROUGE - Louisiana taxpayers should be aware of several changes on the state's 2008 Individual Income Tax Return forms, the Louisiana Department of Revenue announced Tuesday. The changes comply with recent Acts of the Louisiana Legislature....
  • Possible State Income Tax For "Higher Earners"? -- Senate Majority Leader Says Let Voters Decide

    Possible State Income Tax For "Higher Earners"?  -- Senate Majority Leader Says Let Voters Decide
    Senate Majority Leader Lisa Brown wants voters to weigh in on the idea of an income tax on high earners. In a blog posting on Thursday, the Spokane Democrat suggested that the Legislature pass the Senate Democrats' temporary three-tenths-of-a-cent...