Skip to comments.CA: 'Yes' Votes Prevail on Proposition 30 ( numbers on all of the propositions & a Map)
Posted on 11/08/2012 10:23:30 AM PST by Ernest_at_the_Beach
Votes supporting a ballot measure to fund education backed by Gov. Jerry Brown outpolled "no" votes, with 100 percent of precincts reporting. Refresh this page for the latest updates.
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Not to worry. This is only a tax on the wealthy. Of course before
they can tax you they must convince you that the rich have been
BTW out of each CA state tax dollar 40 cents goes to K-12.
Mark my words. The rest of us will be bailing them out before the next election.
My county voted for Romney.
And so did Riverside county....all of those rich people out there in Palm Springs.
Something tells me that you will soon be able to get a mansion dirt cheap in California...
Over all image is shaded blue or red based on the counties vote.
There is very little red along the coast.....and not much blue for the interior counties.
lol...If so, I'll be the first in line to buy. I'll take mine with a view to the islands thanks!
The income tax hikes are retroactive to this year. So they have to pay the increased rate on the coming tax returns.
Whatever they projected it will bring in, is probably way off. It will probably actually bring in half of whatever number they used.
The feds have no money to bail with. Feds are gong under too. Pressure Boehner, et al, to NOT raise debt limit again!!
Figures were based on top 3% of wage earners as of 2009.
I will venture to guess that prop 30 will affect no more than 1% by next year. People in this tax bracket have options.
My grand daughters who live in San Clemente are in overcrowded classrooms with many kids with special needs and poor English language skills.
BTW, that goes the same for nearly 85 percent of the country.
What's also interesting, this is where much of the big wealth is.
Fraud is everywhere.
Exactly. while most of us other taxpayers live inland.
The Capistrano Unified School District had a grades 9-12 dropout rate of 1% in 2008. The national grades 9-12 dropout rate in 2007 was 4.4%.
In the Capistrano Unified School District, 9% of students have an IEP (Individualized Education Program). An IEP is a written plan for students eligible for special needs services.
The Capistrano Unified School District serves 15% English Language Learners (ELL). ELL students are in the process of acquiring and learning English Language skills.
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