The words “flow motion” were upon the lips of all at the Capitol Thursday morning — a phrase that conjures up a mix of dread and giddy anticipation. Toward the end of each session, legislators typically vote to suspend several … Continue reading →
It’s very expensive to comply with the federal tax code, requiring the equivalent of 3,500,000 people.
Kansas has a history of giving incentives to attract business. Despite this, businesses are leaving, and taking jobs and revenue with them, writes Maurice McTigue of the Mercatus Center.
“Can I have some of your power and influence rub off on me?”
– A solicitation for a handout from a gentleman on a downtown Sacramento street
By Pedro Morillas CALPIRG
With tax day approaching, a new study released by CALPIRG found that the average California taxpayer in 2011 would have to shoulder an extra $423 tax burden to make up for revenue lost from corporations and wealthy individuals…
A bill allowing the state to issue a special Teamsters license plate drew the scorn of anti-union Republican lawmakers on Thursday. Proceeds from sales of the plate would benefit an aid fund for Teamsters members, but the Teamsters’ checkered history … Continue reading →
UPDATED, 11:21 a.m.: Jeff Themm said his upcoming retirement isn’t based entirely on the audit findings. “I’m ready,” he said in a phone interview a few minutes ago. “I have actually been thinking about it for the last six months … Continue reading →