California Gap Created by ‘Dysfunctional’ Tax System, S&P SaysMichelle Kaske and Steven Fromm
California’s $15.7 billion deficit is the result of a “dysfunctional” tax structure that hasn’t kept up with changes in the state’s economy, according to Standard & Poor’s.
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