The Madeleine Brand Show for December 6, 2011

Governor Jerry Brown proposes tax increases

Jerry Brown Introduces January California Budget

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California Governor Jerry Brown (C) announced that he will seek a tax increase from voters.

California Governor Jerry Brown is going straight to the voters to try to get taxes increased. He's proposing a two percent increase in income taxes for people earning more than two hundred and fifty thousand dollars a year, along with a half-cent sales tax. Governor Brown wants to put these and other tax plans on next year's ballot. KQED's Sacramento bureau chief, John Myers explains more.

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John Myers is the Sacramento Bureau Chief for KQED


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