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Re: “The Elephant in the Room

As mentioned in the article, "The Elephant in the Room," "California's fiscal mess continues to worsen." Facing the serious problem, Brown, the new governor of California, decided to cut $11 billion from medical and welfare spending, decimate higher education, propose closing a quarter of all state parks, and to drastically reduce or eliminate other means of state funding to cities and counties in order to fill the deficit of California. I believe that is an inefficient approach to solving the problem.
I think Proposition 13, which vastly limits the revenue, should be focused on by the governor of California. Proposition 13 rules that the increase of government rent every year should be limited to 2% and the propositions that involve increasing tax should be supported by two-thirds state house members. This proposition directly blocks the income of the government. It became more and more distinct after the economic crisis. Therefore, amending Proposition 13 is currently the most important issue in California.

Posted by on 08/24/2011 at 1:30 PM

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