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  • Malloy To Propose Sunday Alcohol Sales; Not A Blue Law

    Malloy To Propose Sunday Alcohol Sales; Not A Blue Law
    In a move that could change Connecticut's liquor landscape, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy will propose allowing Sunday sales of alcohol at package stores and beer at supermarkets. The change must be approved by the state legislature, which has repeatedly...
  • Cain says willingness to admit mistakes is presidential

    Cain says willingness to admit mistakes is presidential
    Republican White House contender Herman Cain, his candidacy under increased scrutiny and heightened criticism as he has moved to the top of some national polls, said today his willingness to admit mistakes is a presidential quality. “The thing that...
  • Republicans slam Democrats on anniversary of Illinois tax hike

    Republicans slam Democrats on anniversary of Illinois tax hike
    It’s been one year since Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn signed off on a 67 percent income tax rate increase and Republican legislative leaders didn’t let the milestone pass in silence, gathering Thursday to warn that the temporary hike will...
  • Emanuel defends income-tax hike refund seizure

    Emanuel defends income-tax hike refund seizure
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel today gave an impassioned defense of the city’s effort to intercept millions in state income tax refunds from people across Illinois who owe City Hall money. The speech came after the City Council approved the plan 41-8. “...
  • Illinois taxpayers wake up to new reality: 67 percent hike

    Illinois taxpayers wake up to new reality: 67 percent hike
    While most Illinois taxpayers were asleep early Wednesday, their wallets and bank accounts were being lightened by Illinois lawmakers desperate for more revenue to ease a crushing state financial crisis. The morning-after reality was this: The state...
  • Defeated Democrats do well under Quinn

    Defeated Democrats do well under Quinn
    While the political adage holds that to the winner go the spoils, under Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn, even some losers have done very well. Take Dan Seals. He failed three times to win a North Shore congressional seat, and his tax returns showed he mostly...
  • 8 outrageous executive perks

    8 outrageous executive perks
    It's annual-meeting season, which means shareholders are about to get their once-a-year look at the pay and goodies given to corporate top dogs as disclosed in company proxy statements. The multimillion-dollar pay packages handed out this year will...
  • IRS: Nearly 1,500 millionaires paid no federal income tax in 2009

     
    IRS report finds that 1,470 millionaires paid no taxes in 2009 while 2 million taxpayers dropped out of the pool...
  • More on Mayor Villaraigosa and the state tax code

     
    Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa grabbed headlines for proposing to roll back part of Proposition 13, but he also proposed a big win for corporate California: an end to state corporate taxes....
  • Taxes: About those folks who don't pay taxes ...

     
    A common complaint among readers of Opinion L.A. goes something like this: "Under President Obama, 50% of the country pays no taxes." That's flatly false. But it is true that almost half of Americans pay no income taxes -- 46%, to be precise, according to...
  • How not to change the tax code [Most commented]

     
    How hot is former Godfather's Pizza magnate Herman Cain? For the second day in a row, the new front-runner for the GOP presidential nomination dominated the "most commented" category here at The Times' Opinion Manufacturing Division. More than 100...
  • Pujols, like LeBron, would save a ton on taxes by taking talents to South Beach

     
    When LeBron James decided to take his talents to South Beach, livelier night life wasn't the biggest advantage over electing to stay in Cleveland. The tangible difference was in coming to a place with no state or city income tax.......