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  • 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...
  • New Income Tax for Washington's Wealthy

    OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) - Senate Democrats have introduced a bill that would impose a 1 percent income tax on people making more than $500,000 a year.  The bill sponsored by Sen. Jeanne Kohl-Welles, D-Seattle, was unveiled Wednesday. It comes shortly...
  • California government: too much or too little?

    California government: too much or too little?
    Today's topic: Big-picture time: Are Californians paying too much or too little in taxes? Are there any tasks the state does or services it provides that should stop? What other state do you believe has the proper model for California to follow? Close...
  • Governor: Budget shortfall could reach $21.3 billion if ballot measures fail

    Governor: Budget shortfall could reach $21.3 billion if ballot measures fail
    Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger told legislative leaders Monday the state's annual income tax collections are expected to fall this year for the first time since 1938, punctuating a budget shortfall that he said will reach $21.3 billion if voters reject a...
  • Revenue Sharing Cut Leaves G.R. with Budget Problem

    Revenue Sharing Cut Leaves G.R. with Budget Problem
    City leaders in Grand Rapids are working on filling the hole left in their budget after a recent cut in revenue sharing by the state government. Jennifer Granholm's executive order was passed by the State House and Senate's Appropriations Committees last...
  • Governor Quinn Won't Approve Capital Plan Without Budget, Ethics Reform

    (WGN-AM) - Governor Pat Quinn says he will not approve the Capital plan on his desk until lawmakers also pass a balanced state budget and significant ethics reform. Quinn said Friday that he won't sign off on the massive public works program and...
  • 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....
  • Change In Income Tax Could Replace Business Surcharge

    LANSING (AP) - Gov. Jennifer Granholm says she'd back a graduated state income tax to replace a surcharge businesses now pay on their state taxes. Granholm says she's talked with legislators and business people about a state constitutional amendment to...
  • Obama signs $787 billion stimulus bill: What's in it for you?

    Taxes: The recovery package has tax breaks for families that send a child to college, purchase a new car, buy a first home or make the ones they own more energy efficient. Millions of workers can expect to see about $13 extra in their weekly paychecks,...
  • TEXT: Gov. Kaine outlines the state budget for 2010-12

    Balanced budget preserves safety net programs, maintains Triple A bond rating, maintains position as national leader through combination of cuts and revenue RICHMOND – Governor Timothy M. Kaine today unveiled the 2010 caboose budget and 2010-2012...
  • 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...