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Prop 15 – Business, industry and paying taxes, oh my!

Kris Ankarlo, host of the station’s Propositioned Podcast, interviews State Director John Kabateck, who tells listeners that voters will see right through the “smoke and mirrors” Proposition 15 proponents are using to sell their initiative.

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Andrew Yang takes lead in California data privacy measure

The Fitbits on our wrists collect our health and fitness data; Apple promises privacy but lots of iPhone apps can still share our personal information; and who really knows what they’re agreeing to when a website asks, “Do You Accept All Cookies?” Most people just click “OK” and hope for the best, says former Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang.

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Survey: 94% of Small Business Owners Oppose Prop. 15

Results from a survey of its California small business members released today by NFIB showed 94 percent of them opposed to Proposition 15, the November ballot initiative that would radically alter the Proposition 13 property tax protections enacted 40 years ago.

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No on Prop 15 Ads Launched

Election Day is in sight, and the first in a series of ads were released that show the truth about Proposition 15 — that every Californian will pay for the $11.5 billion tax hike.

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California Taxpayers Can Check Out Any Time They Like, But Lawmakers Still Want To Tax Those Who Leave

It’s the last day of session for the California Legislature, where state lawmakers have a few more hours to send another tax increase to Governor Gavin Newsom’s (D) desk. What’s unique about the latest tax proposals pending in Sacramento is that Golden State lawmakers are targeting more than future earnings. They’re also seeking to raise taxes on past earnings and levy the nation’s first tax on accumulated wealth.

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Study Brings out Five Worries with California’s Economy

A study released late last week by the nation’s leading small-business association revealed five issues in particular that were more problematic for Main Street entrepreneurs in California to deal with than they were for their counterparts across the nation.

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